Ginsuiso Bekkan Choraku

Address: 1654-1 Arima Kitaku, 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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    Travel Blogs from Kobe

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    A travel blog entry by curioso on Mar 31, 2014

    ... The normal bumping on the approach to SFO was not bad. The landing was good enough.
    The lady seated in front of me, who had been up and down, and in and out of her carry-on during the trip, quietly and very lady-like vomited on the floor in front of her seat as she arose to leave. Otherwise, the exit was smooth.


    Customs was easy and quick. Shortly after we arrived at the baggage carousel, the buzzer sounded. Guess who’s bags were in the very ...

    Osaka in a whirlwhind

    A travel blog entry by gothgoes on Jan 04, 2013

    ... and the oh so spookily fluid Giant Pacific Octopus. What is truly amazing about Kaiyukan over most Aquariums I've been to are the huge tanks at the bottom of the spiral through the Ring of Fire. I particularly ...

    Japan With A Twist

    A travel blog entry by tdv95 on Sep 13, 2012

    1 comment, 66 photos

    ... 8217;s warring factions in 1583. He hoped that Osaka Castle would be a glorious symbol of his power- 100,000 men worked for three years to construct the granite castle. The “indestructible” castle was destroyed after a siege in 1615 and then rebuilt only to be struck by lightning and destroyed again. The present Osaka castle is a 1931 concrete reproduction, but did survive World War II, when the rest of Osaka was destroyed by carpet bombing. As the sun ...

    Osaka

    A travel blog entry by gillen2012 on Mar 18, 2012

    25 photos

    ... willing to provide directions with a friendly smile and slight bow. Their seemed to be a great deal of cultural identity, lineage, and distinction in every detail. When we were uncertain of which way to go we asked directions, allowing us to arrive 5 minutes before the Mass started. The Catholic Mass, conducted in English was sparsely attended. It was held between earlier and later morning Masses officiated in Japanese. The church was designed ...

    Day 18: Kobe Luminarie, Ropeway & Donkey Surprise

    A travel blog entry by apat on Dec 10, 2011

    10 photos

    ... but honestly, it was pretty dull. We were all fairly bored. It didn't help that visibility wasn't great today. So to sum up the ropeway, it was a ropeway up, some quick photos at the top, and ropeway back down. Another thing to put on the "been there, done that, never again" pile.

    Once back at sea level, we headed down to Kobe Harborland, a popular shopping and entertainment area down on the Kobe waterfront. After browsing some of the ...