Address: 270-1 Zenkai Ikawadanicho Nishiku, Kobe, Hyogo, Kinki, 651-2108, Japan | Ryokan
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This ryokan, located on 270-1 Zenkai Ikawadanicho Nishiku, Kobe, is near Akashi Kaikyo Bridge and Sumaura Park.
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    Sake museum in Kobe

    A travel blog entry by sigersted on Aug 09, 2014

    3 comments, 15 photos

    Tomorrow the 11. typhoon of the season will hit Japan so today I will have to go to Kobe if I want to see the sake museum ... and I do because they also have free sake tasting! :-)

    Although the ordering of the train tickets is a bit tricky, because of the distance and local trains, I try to order the tickets from the machine myself like the Japanese do; fortunately the machines have an [English] button.. Well ... I get my ticket ... it's the ...

    It's hard being a celebrity

    A travel blog entry by hreljacsinasia on Oct 24, 2013

    3 comments, 5 photos

    ... chunky monkeys but we're happy and that's all that matters!) Now that we were ready to start our day we jumped on the subway and headed towards the bus stop in order to purchase our tickets for tomorrow(we're taking an overnight bus to Fukuoka tomorrow which will be an adventure in itself) and managed to get them with the help of the ladies that worked there. Afterwards I decided to fight (I will never conquer it) my fear of heights and check out the Umeda sky building. MOM you ...

    A castle and a big city

    A travel blog entry by roberton on May 14, 2013

    2 comments, 9 photos

    ... Black-background film sequences were projected into the scenes, allowing 6" people to re-enact the stories amid 3D structures. As the story (mainly oppression of poor people and a lot of fighting) progressed from one location to the next, the old scene would go dark and the new one light up - it was a cross between the theatre and telly and worked extraordinarily well. Just think how much more we would have got from it if we'd understood a word of ...


    A travel blog entry by lauren.midgley on Oct 07, 2012

    3 photos

    Starting early is usually a huge struggle for my hard working body but this day was special and I had no trouble getting myself showered and dressed. Nat and I left her place at a brisk pace to catch the 7:15am ferry across to Universal Studios Japan. It's sometimes quite hard to keep up with Nat's inhumane pace of walking but at least I built up a sweat (does that count as exercise dad?). We arrived at the park and basically walked the entire ...

    Samurais, Sake and Sushi

    A travel blog entry by neil_mel on Apr 25, 2012

    43 photos

    ... into one country back in the 16th Centuary.

    After bumping into our first Samurai of the trip we headed to the Dotonbori area of the city to check out the bright lights and quirkiness of a Japanese big city.

    Our second day was spent visiting the sights of nearby Nara, the original capital of Japan before it was moved to Kyoto in 794 AD.