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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Kobe's European houses, sake and a thunder storm

A travel blog entry by jarcher106 on Jul 14, 2013

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... then had a long walk to Hakutsuru Sake Brewery Museum in the Nada district. The friendly staff set us up with an excellent English DVD to explain process of Sake making, which consists of taking special white rice, steaming it then adding koji spores to convert the starch to sugar as well as yeast to convert the sugar to alcohol. This process happens in the same vat at the same time and is known as multiple parallel fermentation. Another set of steamed ...

Konnichiwa, Ryu Sazuki!

A travel blog entry by dragonbeetlebum on Jan 02, 2013

... meaning the clock had hit 3pm before I was ready to head down to reception. As I wandered from within the lift towards the front desk, I soon discovered everybody thought I was missing or dead or something of that nature; no no guys my sleep just got delayed by about four hours because I went to see a castle. You should have seen their little faces, so much worry, it was like a scene from home alone ‘have you seen a little boy; he’s about nay high, dirty blonde ...

Chicago of Japan

A travel blog entry by acampen on Sep 14, 2012

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... of the building. It contained thousands of fish including sharks, stingrays, and various other fish all swimming together. Just the shear size of the tank was impressive.
After lunch at the near-by Tempozan Marketplace and admiring the Tempozan Wheel from the ground, we took the subway across town to the site of Osaka Castle. While the castle exterior and grounds were great to experience, we were a ...


A travel blog entry by the_oldies on Mar 30, 2012

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... is the deity for the living person and Budda is the deity for the dead person. A bet each way.

Just by where the ship was moored, there was a huge ferris wheel. It was the largest in the world until the London eye was built. As it was a sunny clear day, I thought that it would be nice to go up. However, I did not take account of the wind. Have to say it got a bit scary, the higher up we went but once in, you are committed. Was very ...

Tanjin Firework Festival

A travel blog entry by eharpham on Jul 25, 2011

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... is always good. Wandered along the river to where they were loading the boats and there were some people in some kind of umbrella hats but didnt get a very good picture. One of the highlights was this greb in a kimono with more piercings that ive ever seen on anyone. Wandered round the streets to find somewhere to watch the fireworks which we wernt sure where they were going to be but found a mass of people sitting down past a bridge so waited ...