Kanakyu

Address: 5-20-10 Murozumi, Hikari, Yamaguchi Prefecture, Chugoku, 743-0007, Japan | Ryokan
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This ryokan is located on 5-20-10 Murozumi, Hikari.
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Travel Blogs from Hikari

The friendliness of a nation

A travel blog entry by aussieellen on Mar 17, 2015

9 comments, 3 photos

... or some ice. They were gone ages. I looked over the balcony and saw the owners of the restaurant carrying Kyosuke around. Tomoko was nowhere to be seen. In the end, Tomoko had a migraine and was quite sick (Kyosuke was fine). The restaurant owners babysat for about an hour and even fed him. Such hospitality! My favourite restaurant in the whole world. After lunch, we journeyed to Yanai. Yanai is ...

Ordinary Lives And Big Ideas

A travel blog entry by jrsherman81054 on Feb 20, 2014

21 comments, 15 photos

... to the bridge, park, and castle as spring comes into full bloom.












Reviewing the past six years, I have learned lessons about many big ideas; attention to detail, order, perseverance, efficiency, passion, living in the moment, adaptability, respect for nature, diversity, healthy living, compassion, and ...

From Onoura back to Tokyo

A travel blog entry by annsan on Aug 05, 2013

4 photos

After a copious continental breakfast we packed our belongings and checked out. Our stay at Setikei Ryokan was a lovely experience, a peaceful and relaxing stay after a week of traveling through Kyushu. Yasuyo, the kind and sweet servant who took care of us made our stay even more special.
At the Ryokan's front door is a large sign in Japanese with our name on it. Took a picture of it and need to find out what ...

Day trips, christmas parties

A travel blog entry by kateinjapan on Dec 18, 2006

29 photos

... temple I've visited so far has one at the entrance, as well as many onsen. Many people carry around stamp books just for this purpose. Lily and I took a stamp sheet where we would stamp each onsen we visited. Using the map the hotel staff gave us we set off to our first onsen of the day. One part of the hotel is built on sea level, facing the town and port, but the other part is on top of the "mountain" and some rooms have 360 views of the town, mountains, and pacific! There is ...

Hiroshima and the Atomic Bomb...

A travel blog entry by anderslost on Aug 24, 2006

2 photos

... Japan, this one of them). Remember, we missed Matsushima in the north because of the fog. It was low tide when we got there and we could walk all around the gate. As sunset came so did the tide. We wandered around the Buddhist complex that adjoins the bay with the torrey gate in it and had supper before leaving. The ride back to Kyoto was long, but we got there and crashed ...