Izawano Sato

214-1 Igidani Yamazakicho, Shiso, Hyogo Prefecture, Kinki, 671-2517, Japan | Ryokan
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A travel blog entry by rcarosso on Jun 23, 2014

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We had told Dominic before coming that we would ride the Shinkansen bullet train at least once while we were here. Our plan had been to ride back from Kyoto last week but the timing didn't work out, so we had to find someplace to go so we could ride it. After checking online, we decided to head west to the city of Himeji, to see the castle and then go up into the mountains to ride the Shoshazan Ropeway and visit the temples - one of the ...

First day in Osaka

A travel blog entry by meljello on Sep 09, 2013

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... kaleidoscope of people. Stirl is convinced there were some pimps and their ho's on the bridge and given the abundance of what seems like love hotels around the area it may not be far from the truth. Our wanderings took us to Pablo's for some cheese tart. We had walked past this shop earlier in the day and seen the prep and smelt the inviting smells. We decided to get one tart for dessert and chose a rare style = more gooeyness. One thing we forgot to take ...

A rainy end to Japan.

A travel blog entry by sophie_ish on May 10, 2013

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... in the rain. As the rain continued we got an early train to Osaka for some more rain. We wandered around in the evening to find something to eat and enjoyed seeing the different fashions on display and fought our way through the array of umbrellas!

That was our last stop in Japan…. overall it’s a nice yet not overly exciting country with very friendly, very fashionable people, interesting culture, pretty gardens, too many temples and not so tasty ...

Day 7: Back to where it all began

A travel blog entry by ardychan on Apr 02, 2013

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... with Adam, 18 years before, in front of Himeji-Jo! The Sun was setting, just as it had in our old photos, and we took pictures in roughly the same spot. There was still so much more to see but we had to get going back to the Shinkansen. Vowing to come back the next day, we headed to the train station and for one more spot that held lots of memories: the Ramen stand ON THE TRAIN PLATFORM at Himeji station! Yes, it is a purely Japanese experience. As ...


A travel blog entry by thephibbles on Mar 24, 2009

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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 ...


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