Yuan Akashi

Address: 747-2 Futamichonishifutami, Akashi, Hyogo Prefecture, Kinki, 674-0094, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 747-2 Futamichonishifutami, Akashi.
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Travel Blogs from Akashi

I have to wait for one month!

A travel blog entry by kayoko on Feb 02, 2014

... 30609;想のਹ 8;間がある| 25;しく、元 711;侶のだん 2394;さんのお&# 35441;を聞きな& #12364;ら、ヨガ やったり、 ;目を閉じӖ 3;り・・。
農業のお仕 ...

The Tale of Three Craftsmen, a Cook, and a Slave

A travel blog entry by peterbreakell on Feb 10, 2013

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... not normally go to, and getting to know her
- being invited to travel through South America by a friend, John for those who know him, which whetted my appetite and kicked me out of my inertia and put me in touch with Tucan Travel
- changing my plans when asked why was I not going to Hong Kong since I was coming to Asia
- and finally the bar in Osaka.... I nearly did not go in and check my directions ... but I did, and here we are a week later.

There are 6 of ...

Ferry Osaka to Shanghai

A travel blog entry by jramsden271 on Jun 18, 2010

... prices are still lower than normal Japanese prices. Was nice enough, rice meat, veg and soup. Third and last day, met up with Francois (French Canadian who had been travelling for around 2 months) - the 5 of us planned to meet up the next day and go as a group to the expo. Made plans to meet on the metro next morning, discussing the exact time and platform to meet up on. (Like hell were we paying international rates for mobile phones.) Seemed nothing could go wrong.... (DUM DUM ...

Kobe Ho!

A travel blog entry by astralcars on Sep 22, 2009

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... the earthquake's effect on the harbour as well as the harbour's reconstruction. The Great Hanshin Earthquake was the second most devastating earthquake in Japan and killed more that 40,000 people.

After taking a bit to ponder the magnitude of the Great Hanshin Earthquake, we decided to check out a market that had been set up around a cultural event with dancing a music that was going on nearby. We grabbed something ...

Osaka, Japan

A travel blog entry by danharriet on Mar 06, 2009

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... of long ago and far away to be Samurai Warriors, if only for a few minutes. With this accomplished, we were able to cover up and head out into the rain for our return to the bus and our next stop.

Our next stop was Sumiyoshi Shrine that was about twenty minutes across the city. Again we were driving thru a large modern city to a little piece of history. It is a quiet place of meditations and remembrance of the past. There are many shrines ...