Arima Gyoen

Address: 1296 Arimacho Kita-ku , Kobe, Hyogo, Kinki, 651-1401, Japan | Ryokan
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This ryokan is located in the Arima Onsen area of Kobe.
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      A travel blog entry by curioso on Mar 31, 2014

      ... in the Coach line was given coaching at the self-check in device. The attendant gave up trying to help them after several minutes, looked around at the rest of us, decided, since we all looked fairly senior, to close the self-check and started processing manually at the desk. TWENTY minutes later, she finished the first pair-so progress was slow! Later, however, after processing the expensive seats, the other attendants began helping the 98%. We eventually were ...

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      A travel blog entry by gothgoes on Jan 04, 2013

      ... we knew we were in to get real value out of this ticket. Besides lookit how cute it is! I was worried about having enough time to see all the sites we had planned but it turned out that arriving after lunch ...

      Japan With A Twist

      A travel blog entry by tdv95 on Sep 13, 2012

      1 comment, 66 photos

      ... who can give us the rules to the game (in English).

      And right next to the Pachinko Casinos are often times entertainment arcades for the younger set. And what would you expect to see in this type of facility given the high tech reputation of Japan- certainly not hordes of those gravity hook games where you try to latch on to a fuzzy toy and drop it into the exit chute.

      And then you get into the really weird stuff. There's a number of 'Love ...

      Kobe, Japan

      A travel blog entry by michatsea on Nov 11, 2011

      5 photos

      ... buy anything in vending machines here and they are all over. The toilets in Japan are also really cool. The one I went to had a heated seat, and it also had buttons on it such as spraying, bidet, and singing options. After looking around for a bit we headed to the train station. It was the biggest train station I have ever seen in my life. After buying my ticket (which was a struggle since no one spoke English and everything is in Japanese) we just wandered around the train ...

      Seizing the Day

      A travel blog entry by bettytarle on Aug 14, 2011

      4 photos

      ... arrival, I found my way to the train station, and even transferred trains once..and met the host at a train station near her home. There is no English, do not believe what they tell you. What a pleasant surprise to find a fantastic traditional Japanese garden and guest home with the name Carpe Diem. I couldn't agree more.. ...