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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    Kobe's European houses, sake and a thunder storm

    A travel blog entry by jarcher106 on Jul 14, 2013

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    We checked out of the unknown hotel early and got the JR train to our next Osaka hotel, quite an upgrade! Here we left our bags before getting the direct train to Kobe. Once at Kobe we had the friendly tourist info lady help us translate the camera damage report before walking uphill to Kitano. This area is home to the old foreign quarters and has been converted to a tourist attraction, with interesting European architecture and local tourists ticking off ...

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    A travel blog entry by gothgoes on Jan 04, 2013

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    Day 412: castle

    A travel blog entry by ursburs on Aug 07, 2012

    Actually I wanted to leave today and go to Koyasan for two days, a temple place up in the mountains, but it seems rather difficult to find accommodation there. The youth-hostel will reopen next month only and the next cheapest place costs 60 USD a night, but I want to go there! Mountains! But I'll spend one night only... tomorrow... which gives me more time to explore the Osaka castle today. Well and to get lost in the station before I ...

    We're in JAPAN!

    A travel blog entry by vwuertz on Mar 18, 2012

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    ... Temple, the Golden Pavilion. This Zen Buddhist Temple was constructed in the 14th century as a refuge for the shogun. He took special care with the gardens, indulging his desire for peace in a serene setting. After his death the temple fell into disarray, but was fully rebuilt and restored in 1950. The Golden Pavilion is a place for quiet meditation and contemplation. Of course, inside is closed to the public, but the ...

    Day 60 & 61 - Last days in Japan :(

    A travel blog entry by jklmasiatravel on Apr 28, 2011

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    ... to visit again one day, and hopefully explore the north of this great country.

    So on the night of the following day, our flight was just before midnight to Thailand. We asked for a late checkout, 3pm, so that we could get our stuff in order. In Japan, they provide the option to extend checkout to 3pm or 6pm for a fee. After 6pm, its another nights rate, but they were fully booked! They did agree to extend checkout to 12 for ...