Address: 2174 Hirano, Yakunocho, Fukuchiyama, Kyoto Prefecture, Kinki, 629-1322, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 2174 Hirano, Yakunocho, Fukuchiyama.
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Travel Blogs from Fukuchiyama

My first week in Fukuchiyama

A travel blog entry by sugoi.sensei on Apr 07, 2015

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... Gaijin!" to their neighbours pretty quickly, as soon enough I was greeted with a mexican wave-type welcome as 600-odd students all turned their heads with curiosity and anticipation! I introduced myself with a simple 'hello' and they all gasped with excitement.

I visited each of my schools last week and introduced myself in Japanese to the Principal and teachers. I brought a decoration boomerang as ...

Day 11 - Still Bath time in Kinosaki!

A travel blog entry by costin on Apr 07, 2015

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Day two in Kinoskai started in much the same way as the first had finished - an elaborate meal, served to us in our room. Breakfast consisted of a piece of salmon, a soft boiled egg, some Japanese style fish cakes, some aubergine, tofu, rice and bizarrely two slices of brightly coloured Swiss roll! After breakfast, we decided to do what one does in Kinosaki - take a bath! On this occasion, we decided to check out the bath in the hotel and ...

Day 10 - Bath time in Kinosaki

A travel blog entry by costin on Apr 06, 2015

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... we were served an early dinner. Our meals at this ryokan would be served to us in our room. Our waiter, it later transpired, was actually from Germany, but his parentage was Japanese, so he was here to improve his Japanese and English on a work placement. He seemed pleased to have European guests to chat to and for our part, it was really good to have someone we could ask lots of questions about the food. Our meal started with a real feast of seafood. ...

Monkey Business

A travel blog entry by rachelg899 on Jun 02, 2007

1 comment, 9 photos

... for the fact that I sat in monkey doodoo. (!?) Regardless of how much my Japanese has improved, I still could not find the words for, "I think I sat in monkey poop, didn't realize it, went down your ridiculously long slide (seriously, this thing was like 2 slides in one down the side of a mountain), and smeared it all over ...

Do your best!

A travel blog entry by rachelg899 on Dec 11, 2006

4 comments, 3 photos

... balls, giving little thought to the possible injury caused by the hardwood floor just inches from their heads. The phrase ganbatte ("do your best") really means a lot in Japan and to that end, many of my students have worked hard to master a difficult skill. In America, many people are afraid of failing so they don't give one hundred percent. Many dreams ...