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's European houses, sake and a thunder storm

A travel blog entry by jarcher106 on Jul 14, 2013

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... strolled through Nankinmachi Chinatown, impressed by the Kobe beef steamed buns, and continued onto a fair at the waterfront. Unfortunately just as we were starting to explore the heavens opened with a torrential thunder storm, accompanied by a very strong wind which nearly toppled some of the tents. We abandoned the fair and made a dash back to the station, where we took the train to Osaka. In the hotel we managed to do some long overdue washing, ...

Downing beers in Dotonburi

A travel blog entry by gothgoes on Jan 03, 2013

... if you intend to see it.

Having been to Osaka a couple of times before I knew exactly where I wanted to stay. Yamatoya Honten is a small ryokan just perfect for foreign tourists. It's reasonably priced (we paid $150 per night but had we ...

Day 4: Osaka Bay Tempozan, and coffee difficulties

A travel blog entry by apat on Nov 26, 2011

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... cups. No big deal. Time to go...... But no.

The guy instructed the girl to start a coffee. So she got out an ancient looking metal cauldron, and lit the fire. It took me to this point to realise that this was some ceremonial/traditional coffee house, not some Americanised grab-and-run coffee hut. I am an idiot. So I wondered how he was going to give me coffee to take away without a cup, until he got a ceramic cup and saucer ready. ...

Yup Still Traveling! 

A travel blog entry by twocrazimeddies on Apr 15, 2011

... customs. Here things proceeded smoothly and after one apparently amusing question about the ok'ness of left over 'role-ups' in our bag for customs (better to be safe than sorry, right?), our chuckling security officer waved us through.

Then it was time to find ourselves a train and a JR office to change our train pass over. (We decided to get a JR Rail pass which gave us unlimited use of the JR trains (with the exception of ...

Youthful Tickets and Kobe Cows

A travel blog entry by jellyinjapan on Dec 28, 2010

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... to dragonfruit (I thought it was fitting). We also found boba, which I was sorely disappointed in. The shops, which sold not only food but Chinese-y things and random gifts from all over Japan, reminded me a lot of SF’s Chinatown tourist shops. We found a Coca Cola machine with dragons on it, and one with a panda on it. We stopped for lunch for lemon chicken. It was delicious. We had shumai as well, and the waitress talked to me about Arashi for ...