Ryusenkaku

1663 Arima-cho, Kita-ku, Kobe, Hyogo, Kinki, 651-1401 , Japan | Ryokan
Prices starting from $155.00
 

Travel Blogs from Kobe

Whos got the fi-yah (...works)

A travel blog entry by mattjessjapan

10

... too and is just vast. They checked us in early which was ace, and our room is huge, lovely king size bed, great air con....happydays.

So we forged a plan of action...bakery, downstairs, underground, then Umeda Sky Garden...an ace high rise in a busy fun area. Bakery was chock full o win.....curry buns...deep fried buns with Japanese curry in them. Matt says he's going to try and sell me to get more money for buns.

The underground ...

Kobe

A travel blog entry by emkay100

... and we entered the lowest level. There were stairs up, but nobody chose the climb to the top.

Next we went to Osaka Castle. About 5 minutes and 20 photos from the bus, Dawn’s camera decided to shut down as the battery was low, so the official photography then was placed in Liz’s hands. We shall see how well she went when we download the photos. Osaka Castle was a very imposing fortified structure originally built by order of ...

What Happened to Saturday?

A travel blog entry by wearywanderer

... getting lost...which may seem an impressive feat, but when the directions tell you to take exit 5, turn right at the bottom of the stairs and then walk in a straight line...I don't think it's something to be overly proud of.

We received a very warm welcome. It's a family run guesthouse and we were given a full tour, plus some information about where to go, eat, etc. Our room is really nice and very good value. The ...

The Irish Pub

A travel blog entry by rlautan

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... unable to read the sign since it was spelled in katakana :(. Later that evening the other guys - Anthony and Astrid (whom I believe are both from New York) and Miru (a local and friend of Steffi) - showed up and it proved to be a fun night.

Look down below :p. (I actually stole the photo from Steffi >.>;)



Thanks for the fun night ...

Last vacation day

A travel blog entry by hugeinjapan

12

... the had a wide variety of plastic food outside and I just ordered from them.

After our China Town tour, we walked over to Harbor Land. We saw Kobe's Port Tower, weddings almost everywhere you looked, and the beach. This beach wasn't a beach at all. Maybe in Kobe but not anywhere else. It was basically a big sandbox. Maybe 25 feet by 10 feet. It was pretty funny. Kids were playing in it though making sand castles so it wasn't going unused.

And that's ...

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This ryokan is located in the Arima Onsen area of Kobe.
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