Minotani Green Sports Hotel

Address: Yamadachoharano, Kitaku, Kobe, Hyogo, Kinki, 651-1252, Japan | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Yamadachoharano, Kitaku, Kobe, is near Kazami-dori-no-Yakata.
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Travel Blogs from Kobe

Japan With A Twist

A travel blog entry by tdv95 on Sep 13, 2012

1 comment, 66 photos

... Greek-towns, Little India's or even Little Italy's (although culture busters like Starbucks and McDonald's have managed to scale the walls). There is so little foreign engagement that most Japanese banks won't accept our ATM cards- they don't consider it worth the fees to process such a small number of transactions (even in Mongolia, I had more universal ATM access). And ATMs only operate during normal business hours- what's up with that? Self-imposed isolation ...

Kobe

A travel blog entry by emkay100 on Jun 16, 2012

... the whinging English man. We went through the Central gate (chumon) and entered the Main Hall (kondoh), where there were two huge gold Buddha statues and murals painted on all the walls. Sorry no pictures allowed, although once again some people chose to ignore the signs. We went on through the raked gardens to the Lecture Hall (kodo) where there were Buddhist monks working. There were smaller Buddhas that were ceremonial in this hall and more murals ...

Nara

A travel blog entry by dawn.meiklejohn on Jun 16, 2012

6 photos

... one of the gods to the Kasuga Grand Shrine so the deer are considered sacred. About 200 fawns are born each year, but about 200 deer are killed by cars or dogs each year so the population holds steady. The Grand Shrine is also home to 3000 lanterns that are lit twice each year. On my excursions I visited a grocery store and the "dollar store". A pint of milk cost $2.50, a pint of Canadian maple syrup cost $23! I like to check out ...

日本の or, Nippon

A travel blog entry by stephiesteph on Sep 19, 2011

1 comment, 9 photos

... are also more strongly engrained. Jack witnessed his students' incredulity when he said, "Yeah, I cook at home," as they burst into cries of "Segoi! Cool!" and then timidly added, "Do you clean up too?".

Maybe because of this family based culture, I've been thinking more about my own family, and my own cultural identity. I always felt growing up, especially when I was in High School, that I was a bit of a mutt - a mix of more ...

Last vacation day

A travel blog entry by hugeinjapan on May 14, 2011

12 photos

This morning I said my goodbyes to my family and my girlfriend and I hopped on a train to Kobe. My family was headed to Tokyo for their flight the next day. Good luck!

Kobe is a nice livable city. The first place we went to was the Kitano area. Kitano has a lot of European inspired buildings. It was basically all uphill from the station so stopping for some gelato was definitely well earned. We walked around Kitano and saw the Austria House, Holland House, ...