Wakayama Prince Inn Kainan

Address: 1521-1 Hikata, Kainan, Wakayama Prefecture, Kinki, 642-0002, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 1521-1 Hikata, Kainan.
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Travel Blogs from Kainan

All bound for Koyasan

A travel blog entry by guykb on Oct 13, 2013

1 comment, 8 photos

... ancient ones. Out train took us most of the way to Koyasan but the last bit is accomplished by way of a VERY steep cable car. From Koyasan station we needed to take a bus to get us to our guesthouse. This was the other part of the iconic Japanese experience for our last night. Kokuu guesthouse has capsule rooms and that's what I booked for us - 4 capsule rooms. In case you are wondering, these are rooms that are just big enough for your bed and not much else. They ...


A travel blog entry by mikedude on Sep 03, 2009

... I could hear…

Silence… in its purist form. Normally, there is always something to hear. Be it a human talking, or a car driving past, or an animal making a sound, or even the fridge running in the dead of night. But here, nothing. No bugs buzzing. No birds calling. Not even a gust of wind. It was the first time in my life that I’d heard this, and it was the most amazing sound I’d ever heard.

I’d come so far on ...

Koya-san: Temple Living with a Nice Price Tag

A travel blog entry by mchao on Mar 28, 2009

1 comment, 18 photos

... the entire trip including the train to Gokurabashi, where you catch a cable car up the mountain and then a bus to Koya-san village. The pass comes in two flavors--a cheaper regular ticket for express trains or the more expensive ticket for the Limited Express. The only real difference is there is one transfer at Hashimoto station with the regular ticket. In addition, the ticket also provides some discounts at a few of the sights including a free tea and biscuit ...

Last few days...

A travel blog entry by jasonlew on Aug 02, 2007

69 photos

... the cycle over and over and over throughout the whole day. The museum itself was mostly in Japanese. We received earphones that provided very select English translations for certain displays. All in all, it was amazing (and strangely humbling) to me to see that even on the opposite side of the world... where the culture is completely different... over the course of history, people experience the exact same discrimination problems... and there are always people ...


A travel blog entry by ellajay on Oct 30, 2006

1 comment, 3 photos

... at the mario party / shove a penny joy machine aswell as "typing of the dead" (zombie killing for secretaries). After a short tour around the waterside we wnt in search of food. Still flummoxed by kanji and with many of the restaurants closing early we ended up with instant udon noodles which we made in the hostel kitchen. After a chat with our dorm mates we settled down for a real night's sleep. We rose at a reasonable hour the next day determined to see some sights. We hopped on ...

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