Hotel ISAGO Kobe

4-3-7 Kumochicho Chuoku, Kobe, Hyogo, Kinki, 651-0056, Japan | Ryokan
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This ryokan, located in the Shin Kobe Station area of Kobe, is near Disaster Reduction and Human Renovation Institution, Kazami-dori-no-Yakata, Venus Bridge, and Rokko Island.
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Travel Blogs from Kobe

Japan: Day 6

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

4 comments

Today I had my field lab for my Social Psychology class. For every class there is a mandatory field lab in a certain country that counts towards 20% of your grade. This field lab was to meet with students from Kobe University on their Foreign Studies campus and talk with them about the differences in studying in Japan vs. the US and the ways they interact within relationships and the way they view ...

Osaka

A travel blog entry by joandlizzie on Nov 09, 2012

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... which is anything you can think of in breadcrumbs alongside a special Japanese source, pretty tasty - we tried sweet potato, squid, beef pork and asparagus. Then we headed to downtown Osaka to check out the view from the Ebisa Bashi Bridge, think blade runner. It was manic around there, exactly what you think of when you think of Japan..karaoke bars, neon lights, arcades and loads of crazy restaurants. We loved it. We ...

Hanabi, whale sharks, a temple and sky tower

A travel blog entry by johanna.kreutz on Aug 05, 2012

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... Japan. To go to the temple you walk alongside skyscrapers and rush hour traffic, then you enter this ancient majestic peaceful place. The smell of incense sticks fills up the air as you wash your hands before entering the main part of the premises. Exploring all the different buildings and there meaning was fun but also left a lot of open questions. I really have to do some reading about Buddhism. In the main hall (kondo) we even got to see monks praying. They sat in ...

We're in JAPAN!

A travel blog entry by vwuertz on Mar 18, 2012

3 comments, 43 photos

... 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 18: Kobe Luminarie, Ropeway & Donkey Surprise

A travel blog entry by apat on Dec 10, 2011

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... by and froze for 5 minutes. Still, they had a great time on it, so it was worth it. When they got off, and both begged to go again, we weren't as accommodating. Disneyland rides are free. This stupid rollercoaster was $5 each per ride. We kept moving, and headed back in to the shopping centre for lunch.

After looking through the lunch offerings, Veronica suggested one she'd seen on a sign earlier that day (and even earlier on this trip ...