Yuan Akashi

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

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

A travel blog entry by peterbreakell on Feb 10, 2013

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... Ryanair of Japan). He had already presented me with a leather coin purse, and a leather iPhone case (for the model 3 which he saw I had and for which he had, now dead, stock). When he also mentioned an Onsen I thought I might have pulled my usual pulling trick - but no.

The return car trip was somewhat more exciting, not that I did not enjoy the gentle trip out but the restaurant owner / chef was bringing only me back to catch a train to catch a plane and we had ...

Ichi go ichi e

A travel blog entry by aniseh on Apr 06, 2009

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... We spent $30 on 2 very large glasses of sake with giant round balls of ice (cold sake, not hot). We had a wonderful (but broken) conversation with the bartender and barmistress. They were very friendly and we talked about languages, japan, the US, politics and religion all without anyone really being able to speak ...

First conference day down...

A travel blog entry by hgaynor on May 21, 2008

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... Because it was low-hanging fruit. Q: Why are cranes a symbol for Japan? A: Because monkeys also fall from trees. You get the idea! It was really funny, especially because we had so many different types of people in culture and in business role. Today we had 3 VPs from Swagelok, 2 regional directors, 5 distributor principals, the managing director of our Japanese operations, all of our Japanese marcoms, 5 corporate marcoms from Solon, 2 from China and ...

Kobe Port

A travel blog entry by new_discoveries on Sep 11, 2007

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... walk from the hotel. Higashi Yuenchi Park, Earthquake Memorial Monument and also Flower clock are located along this road. Kobe was hit by an earthquake back in 1995 and more than 5,500 were killed and over 26,000 injured. The earthquake had a magnitude of 7.2. for about 20 seconds but the damaged was so bad. This happend in January 17 at 5.46am as shown on the clock. This clock was not damaged during the earthquake but it stops running and are now kept in the ...

Typhoons, Earthquakes, and a Nuclear Leak!

A travel blog entry by kateinjapan on Jul 19, 2007

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... receive a ton of homework to do during their time off. The craziest part is that teachers don't get a summer holiday! They have to be at work everyday of the summer to sit in teachers room and "work." They seemed very confused when I told them that in America teachers get the whole summer off. OK that's it for me...I need to think about what to bring to Hokkaido, pay my rent and take care of some other little things before I leave. Lots of love from Japan, ...

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