Nakanobo Zuien

Address: 808 Arimacho, Kita-ku, 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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      3 bitesized days in compact Kobe

      A travel blog entry by seb-zazu1993 on Aug 02, 2013

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      ... one of the few places where foreigners were permitted to live and trade. As a result the city feels less Japanese than other parts of the country, but the contrast between the local culture and the rows of trim 19th century European houses is an interesting one. Just like Yokahoma, Kobe's international history has landed it with a pretty neat Chinatown. Nanking (南京), as it is locally known, presumably named after the old capital of ...

      Osaka in a whirlwhind

      A travel blog entry by gothgoes on Jan 04, 2013

      ... but we just had to stop for another delicious bowl of ramen. One tip just has to be shared which is this Aquarium day pass we purchased at Namba station. For 2500Y we received admission to the Aquarium and ...

      Matty and the blowfish....

      A travel blog entry by mattjessjapan on Aug 05, 2012

      25 photos

      ... br> trains for Hiroshima...done and easy peasy:) then train to Dotonbori area in Namba. This is a mad shopping area with countless restaurants all around the river side.

      We never found it on our first trip to Osaka...and we missed out! It's crazy....tons of people hanging out, shopping, people watching and of COURSE eating. Osaka is after all 'japan's kitchen'

      We found the giant crab, and blowfish, along with loads of ...

      We're in JAPAN!

      A travel blog entry by vwuertz on Mar 18, 2012

      3 comments, 43 photos

      ... She also says they are temporary Christians for one day: Christmas.) As we make our way to the shrine, it rains heavily. The rain does not deter our walk through the garden of 2000 stone lanterns. We approach the shrine and see an orange lacquered gate through which we enter. As in Bali, the temple is open to the elements. Our first pray stop is at the giant 600 year old camphor tree. People drop coins in the box and then step to the ...

      Snakes in Japan (not on a plane, thank goodness)

      A travel blog entry by eastin80 on Sep 25, 2011

      8 photos

      ... honey. Honey ice-cream, honey cake, honey tea and so on (I had the cake, Tom had the ice-cream). There were also no crowds (this is the non-Japanese part). I think that everyone must have gone to Kyoto because at some points we couldn’t actually see anyone else! We strolled around the herb garden at the top of the hill and then slowly made our way down the hill. On the way down we saw more surprising things: ...