Izawano Sato

214-1 Igidani Yamazakicho, Shiso, Hyogo Prefecture, Kinki, 671-2517, Japan | Ryokan
Photo of Izawano Sato Shiso
Searching for availability...
*Prices above are provided by partners for one room, double occupancy and do not include all taxes and fees. Please see our partners for full details.
 

Location

This ryokan is located on 214-1 Igidani Yamazakicho, Shiso.
Map this ryokan
 

TripAdvisor Reviews Izawano Sato Shiso

3.50 of 5 stars Very Good
 

Travel Blogs from Shiso

Shinkansen!!!

A travel blog entry by rcarosso on Jun 23, 2014

22 photos

... a little more than an hour back, twice the time as the Shin, and we got into Osaka station around 5:30. For dinner we met a couple of Malinee's friends from university and had a good time at a curry restaurant. After dinner we did our usual Umeda hangout, people watching and listening to street performers while Malinee and her friend caught up. Hadn't planned this day out before coming but it was one of my favorites. Only two to go, I'm getting ...

First day in Osaka

A travel blog entry by meljello on Sep 09, 2013

22 photos

... special platter for 2, two grilled beef nigiri and two draft beers (Asahi it turns out) to start with. O.M.G all the beef pieces were to die for - tender and melt in your mouth. We ordered another serve of a different cut and some assorted kimchi which was also too delicious. A bit of heat stroke and two beers made me a little tipsy but it was a good buzz and we wandered the streets of Dotonbori to walk off the food and also take in the buzzing night life ...

A rainy end to Japan.

A travel blog entry by sophie_ish on May 10, 2013

8 photos

We arrived in Himeji to view what is meant to be Japan's most beautiful castle however unfortunately this was covered up by a massive plastic sheet and scaffolding due to restoration work. We still wandered through the grounds and into part of the castle but it probably wasn’t worth the trip. After a very non Japanese lunch of banana sandwich (the safest option) we then went to Kokeon gardens which are 9 Japanese gardens in different styles. This was nice yet we ...

Day 7: Back to where it all began

A travel blog entry by ardychan on Apr 02, 2013

11 photos

... kids watched TV and talked, I sat with Bill's wife and had a great chat. It's remarkable how much our lives are alike: taking care of kids, driving them around, cooking, cleaning, working. I really felt that we had so much in common. It was getting late and we still hadn't made it to the Castle! We piled into Bill's car one last time and he drove us to the park near the Castle. We said our goodbyes and found ourselves in the same spot where we ...

Himeji-jo

A travel blog entry by thephibbles on Mar 24, 2009

1 comment, 26 photos

On Tuesday morning we left Kyoto to go to Hiroshima, on the way we made a stop at Himeji to see the castle which is widely considered as Japan's most spectacular castle. Unlike many other Japanese castles, Himeji Castle was never destroyed in wars, earthquakes or fires and survives in its original form. It is a Unesco Heritage site. Six walls and a moat protect it and then it is on a hill and 6 ...