Address: 1706 Arimacho Kitaku, 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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Travel Blogs from Kobe

Japan: Day 6

A travel blog entry by elle-jordyn on Feb 03, 2014


... and moves in with her boyfriend. So that was interesting. And then I talked with Yuta and he was saying how in the Japanese culture you are supposed to be married by time you are 23-24 and he does not want to get married. The Japanese culture is changing so much in their young generation and this is happening a lot. Women and young people are going against their heritage and not getting married ...


A travel blog entry by alreadypacked on Jul 24, 2013

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... each site, walking distance, total number of stairs, whether restrooms and shopping are available, if it's air conditioned, and what type of currency and credit cards are accepted. For this tour, I saw that it has 215 steps and a walking distance of 2100 yards. That sure seemed like a lot, but the walking was through a beautiful garden that distracted me the whole way, and the steps were broken into ...

Back in the 'Saka

A travel blog entry by captaindort on Oct 03, 2012

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... down-town Osaka, and I was surprised at the sheer number of homeless people wandering up and down the streets. But the worst that happened was that one of them said 'hello' to me, and I'm only sorry I made the common mistake of saying 'Hi!' back - because now I seem like an ******** who replies 'yes' to greetings. It was nearly midnight and I felt awful, but managed to summon up the courage to leave my room, order a Japanese meal on the street using a simple: ...

Day 411: a busy tourist

A travel blog entry by ursburs on Aug 06, 2012

... feel that I'm doing something wrong. I love it and I smile and as usually people smile back at me.
With the Tennoji Temple Park, I'm not so impressed though. Japanese do not seem to like grass very much and there is concrete or pebbles everywhere. Stones and trees... well and the pretty wooden shrines and temple houses. I walk through them and leave quickly.
The tram ride is an adventure. It's not a tram which runs between cars on a street like ...

We're in JAPAN!

A travel blog entry by vwuertz on Mar 18, 2012

3 comments, 43 photos

... pray. Next, we walk toward another open area and see a 600-year-old wisteria draped over a trellis with slips of paper knotted to the front of the trellis on strings stretched across an open rectangle. These slips of papers are wishes you buy from the little booth across the way. You take a knotted note already there, read it to see if it’s a good or bad wish. If it’s bad, you tie it up on the string. If it’s good, you ...