Ikenobo Mangetsujo

Address: 865 Kitaku Arima-cho, 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

Kobe Beef and Sake

A travel blog entry by meznglenn on Sep 02, 2014

14 photos

... of people came to worship or pray while we are there so we witnessed the practice that Sake had described to us during our morning tour. That's was pretty awesome. From here we head to the harbour and Meriken Park to the Kobe Port Tower and further along to the Kobe Earthquake Memorial Park. This is an interesting spot as there is a narrated account of the earthquake and extent of the damage and the subsequent repair work. There is still at this site a ...

Day 21 - Farewell Kyoto, and hello to Americatown

A travel blog entry by apat on Feb 04, 2014

1 comment, 22 photos

... the same position on the same table every time we went past. I'm certain the fish just sit there until they sell, or decay. That would account for the smell anyway.

We ended up bidding farewell to Kyoto without actually seeing any of it this morning. The subway station entrance is right outside of our door. The subway takes you underground to Kyoto station, and before you know it, you're out of Kyoto station, and bound for Osaka. ...

Toilet stories

A travel blog entry by kworld on Sep 01, 2013

1 photo

... find hilarious, I watched as one member of our group accidentally slipped and fell right into the toilet ditch. Yuck. Communal squat: with or without door/walls/flush So it is with great pleasure that I introduce you to the 12 button (at least) Japanese fancy pants toilet. It's a bit weird not carrying a toilet roll any more - my bag has so much more space - but I think I can get used to ...

Hippy hostel and great sushi.

A travel blog entry by nathanjamie on Feb 25, 2013

... Apparently. We walked round and round trying to find the cheap sushi we were told about but everything written in Japanese made it a challenge. Eventually we ended up in a restaurant with a conveyor belt which is what we wanted with the price for the coloured plate. No one spoke English but still we got there in the end and had green tea with sushi! Yum! Yum!!! This was the nicest and cheapest meal we have yet what in Japan so we followed it up with an ice ...

Hanabi, whale sharks, a temple and sky tower

A travel blog entry by johanna.kreutz on Aug 05, 2012

48 photos

... traditional clothing, so the streets are full of Japanese girls and women wearing gorgeous color full Yukatas (a sort of summer kimono) and beautiful make up and hair does. You hear the clacking of the very uncomfortable-looking wooden shoes, kids laughing, girls giggling, people trying to sell food and drinks to pedestrians and police men trying to control the masses.
The locations of the hanabi were different. For the first one I watched people gathered in ...