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

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

... says... A lot of the staff members stand outside to bid the leaving guests farewell, bowing and waving. The Setikei shuttle, driven by the Ryokan's owner, takes us to Onoura Station. There we take a local train to Hiroshima where we change to the Nozomi super express train to Tokyo. We leave Hiroshima at 11:37 am and arrive in Tokyo at 15:33 pm. Before the stop at Shin-Kobe we see the large bridge leading to the island ...

Trip to Miyajima Island

A travel blog entry by annsan on Aug 04, 2013

19 photos

... so we wait for a while in the lounge. When it stops raining and we are given umbrellas just in case and we are on our way. We take the ferry to Miyajima, it's Sunday today, lots of people are visiting the Shrine. "Miyajima" means "shrine-island" in Japanese, referring to the island's cause of fame, Itsukushima Shrine. The shrine is known worldwide for its "floating torii gate". The shrine is built in an inlet and the torii gate is set out into the Seto Inland Sea, ...

More Amazing Experiences

A travel blog entry by f.goldthorpe on Oct 02, 2012

1 comment, 16 photos

October 1-2, 2012

Well, Graeme and Bryan's trip to Mio to spread their grandfather's ashes didn't go as smoothly as planned. Their late start didn't help and the typhoon really screwed around with their travels.
After a couple of wrong trains they finally got headed in the right direction on slow local trains. It seems the "Bullet" trains don't operate in really bad weather conditions.

Several ...

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 ...