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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      A travel blog entry by curioso on Mar 31, 2014

      ... the other customers. I enjoyed the meal, paid 1050 Yen (no tipping), and left to find a restroom in the mall.

      Modern Japanese restrooms are technologically superior to ours. The toilets have an arm on the right with buttons to push. The instructions are in Japanese, but the drawings are clear. One has choices when sitting: 1.) Use it the way we do. 2.) Use it as a bidet. (to clean the genitals) 3.) Gentle stream (to clean the orifice). I chose option ...


      A travel blog entry by linda_stuart on Mar 14, 2013

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      ... 20 years the average delay of a Shinkansen is 18 seconds. Japan has the best railway in the world but it is a bit expensive. My travellers buy a JR pass which you must do before you enter the country.
      Took a tram to the city centre and wandered before walking back to apple house.
      We had green tea ice cream with one of kyotos favourite souvoneer sweets. Yatsuhashi is made from glutinous rice flour , sugar and cinnamon. ...

      Day 3 - OSAKA CASTLE

      A travel blog entry by lauren.midgley on Oct 06, 2012

      1 comment

      As Nat had to work a full day today I wasn't too sure on what I should do. I thought of exploring but I wasn't looking forward to having a long, long day of being lost. Luckily Nat's friend Josh offered to take me to a tourist spot in the afternoon. I met Nat briefly for lunch in one of her work breaks. We enjoyed these beautiful savoury crepes and went to the station to meet Josh. Josh and I said goodbye to Nat and started our adventure. Josh was a fantastic ...

      Osaka - Day 3

      A travel blog entry by mlipnicky on Apr 22, 2012

      4 comments, 5 photos

      ... from other places in the world, where once you speak to somebody who sells something then you won’t be free to go until you buy something from that person (you folks probably been in that situations before too). So we walked through that countless stalls and restaurants looking for pictured menu to choose something. However there weren’t many of them so we bought some food from a stall. We saw a lot of people buying it, thinking we can’t be ...

      Kobe, Japan

      A travel blog entry by michatsea on Nov 11, 2011

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      ... some of the countries we have been to with their interesting smells. The last place we visited was called “Sanjusangen-do,” meaning national treasure. The temple contained 1001 statues of the Buddhist deity. There were 1000 standing statues of Kannon and one gigantic seated statue in the middle. We weren’t allowed to take pictures here though because it is too sacred. After the last temple, I broke off from the SAS group and went off with some people and explored ...