Miyazu Royal Hotel

Address: 58 Koaza Iwamoto, Tai, Miyazu, Kyoto Prefecture, Kinki, 626-8510, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 58 Koaza Iwamoto, Tai, Miyazu, is near Amanohashidate.
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    Travel Blogs from Miyazu

    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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    ... were able to go to the one by the station (Satonoyu), as it was now open. It was well worth going back for and was probably the best bath house that we went to. The men and women's side swap daily, so it could easily be worth two visits to experience it all. We weren't afforded that luxury as it was shut on the Monday, but it was excellent nonetheless. On the men's side, there were a few rows of showers on the far end and two indoor ...

    Day 10 - Bath time in Kinosaki

    A travel blog entry by costin on Apr 06, 2015

    11 photos

    ... available from even the most humble of eateries and at 900 yen (£5) the price was pretty good too! The train to Kinosaki was largely uneventful and we arrived about 2pm. From the station, we walked through the sleepy little town to our Ryokan. En route, we passed shop after shop selling the local specialities - Matuba crab and Tajima beef (the breed of cattle that produces both Wagyu and Kobe beef) - as well as the usual tourist oriented ...

    Konnichiwa! Welcome to my new world

    A travel blog entry by sugoi.sensei on Mar 14, 2015

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    ... please bear with me as it will take me a little bit to get used to the writing style, etc.☺. If you have any further questions, please feel free to email me on <alice.franklin11@gmail.com>.

    I leave for Tokyo, Japan on 21st March, and I think its is fair to say that never in my life have I been soooo unbelievably excited and terrified all at the ...

    Kinosaki, onson town

    A travel blog entry by humberwright on Jan 27, 2015

    30 photos

    ... look like they are from the 80's. The train we are on is very old fashioned. We went through lots of rural areas on the train with a few mountains in the background. There were many stops along the way. When the ticket man comes through into the cabin he bows at the head then says something presumably welcome and can you get your tickets ready to show him. It's just so nice. And when he leaves he says thank you and bows. We arrived just before ...