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

I Love Technology

A travel blog entry by gumisgross on Mar 30, 2014

3 comments, 1 photo

... was completely stumped. Luckily, Cliff was resourceful enough to show the phone number to the train attendant and somehow get him to dial the number on the office phone and hand him the receiver.

I've been thinking a lot about when people traveled by horseback and wagon and your arrival date was "sometime next month". You couldn't exactly call your Aunt Lucy from the payphone to tell her you'd arrived.

The moral of the story is, I'm grateful for ...

Cherry Blossoms in Japan

A travel blog entry by gumisgross on Mar 30, 2014

2 photos

... River in a series of five wooden arches.

The bridge is located on the foot of Mt. Yokoyama, at the top of which lies Iwakuni Castle.Kikkou Park, which includes the bridge and ...

Ordinary Lives And Big Ideas

A travel blog entry by jrsherman81054 on Feb 20, 2014

21 comments, 15 photos

... beautiful statues, gardens, fountains, and shrines. Mingling with people in the park, I learned about the celebration between people and nature. I saw a group of people gathered in excitement near a tree. I wandered over thinking there was either some type of street performer or perhaps an emergency situation. When I arrived, I found people celebrating some of the first blossoms ...

Miyajima

A travel blog entry by geoffnsteph on Apr 16, 2007

12 photos

... hours down to Omoto Park and the seafront. The tide was low and the locals were out in force cockling on the mud flats (or mussels or oysters or some other specie designed to tickle the tourist palate!) We called in on a World Heritage site , the Itsukishima Temple and shrine, so Japanese! We were lucky because there was a Noh Theatre programme in full swing in the temple. I say lucky because Noh performances don't take place every day and after watching ...

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 ...