Toyoko Inn Tsuruga Ekimae

Address: 5-20 Shirogane-cho, Tsuruga, Fukui Prefecture, Chubu, 914-0054, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 5-20 Shirogane-cho, Tsuruga.
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      The Cat's Castle

      A travel blog entry by vandna on Dec 31, 2013

      ... Himeji). and I hoped to also understand more about the military powers that were so influential on the Emperors and even on monasteries. It turns out that Hikone Castle, even though it is well designed to withstand it,was never really under attack. So it became a place the shogun would visit once in while to make sure his armor was still polished.

      The Castle was completed in 1622 and ...

      A day of work in Kyoto

      A travel blog entry by joshhodapp on Oct 11, 2013

      24 photos

      ... ago. The region is known for their fine cuisine and craftsman for many artisanal products. Esther was a fine host, and showed me many things during this very quick visit. I was fortunate to have met her and have her share so many things with me ...

      Letters Home - Japan - Day 2

      A travel blog entry by crashvic37 on Apr 22, 2012


      ... huge fan of sushi, it is what they eat here. In this case, it was the restaurant itself and not the food that was the interesting part.

      It rained all day in Hikone. It was a constant rain with only periodic breaks. The gray clouds kept floating in over the mountains like an assembly line. Victor had an umbrella which soon succumbed to a wind gust. We must have been a sight…two Americans walking in the rain wearing ...

      Letters Home-Japan-Day 1

      A travel blog entry by crashvic37 on Apr 22, 2012


      ... cities along the route whose names I cannot properly pronounce. There was one transfer that was easy and quick. Had they not been there, it would have been challenging to get to Hikone, as all of the train signs and information are entirely in Japanese. I was blessed with 3 translators.

      My travel companions used our train time for a briefing on Japanese language and customs. I learned ...

      Road Trip!

      A travel blog entry by little-general on Sep 08, 2011

      4 photos

      ... plans included a one night stop in Hikone along Lake Biwa however with the Typhoon changing the party, we decided to return home on Thursday to give us a day to prepare for the party. As Bokko determined our best route was through Shiga-ken, we decided at the last minute to detour and drop by Hikone to see the castle and have ...