Kotobukirou Rinsuitei

Address: 3-5-18 Suma-ku Sumadera-cho , Kobe, Hyogo, Kinki, 654-0071, Japan | Ryokan
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This ryokan, located on 3-5-18 Suma-ku Sumadera-cho , Kobe, is near Meriken Park, Kobe Port Tower, Akashi Kaikyo Bridge, and Kobe City Museum (Kobe Shiritsu Hakubutsukan).
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    A travel blog entry by tajarj on Oct 17, 2013

    1 comment

    Blog #3
    October 10 to October 17, 2013

    Guam to
    Nagasaki: All is well

    segment can also be known as: Touring Guam with the Baptist Pastors,
    out-running a Typhoon on the way to Kobe, waiting out a Typhoon in
    Kobe, Sailing the Inside Sea of Japan, and a peaceful day in
    Nagasaki. Note: Japan does not allow satellite internet transmission
    within 12 miles of its shore, there have been some free connections
    but we ...


    A travel blog entry by andrewnchris on Mar 07, 2013

    4 photos

    Osaka, a former capital of Japan, is the third largest city in the country with 2.6 million inhabitants and sits on the western coast of Honshu which is the largest of Japan's four islands. We docked in Osaka at 6 0’clock in the morning and as we were going on an early morning trip we were requested to present ourselves for a meeting with a Japanese immigration official between 7 and 7.30 in Carmens nightclub at the rear of the ship. We got down to deck 7 at 6.50 to find ...

    Osaka Castle, Shitennoji, Sumiyoshi Taisha

    A travel blog entry by david.crowther on Sep 27, 2012

    16 photos

    ... to the museum by a very helpful Japanese man. You've got to hand it to the Japanese, they're always ready to help you out.

    The museum was one of my favourites that I've visited during this trip. On the 8th floor of a nondescript office building, they have reconstructed a small edo period village, where, you can be dressed up in a kimono and stroll around the village streets listening to the explanations of the different buildings with the English ...

    Temples and Shrines

    A travel blog entry by rconduns on Mar 18, 2012

    5 photos

    ... dwellings and retail outlet to retail outlet.It just looked like an unplanned mess.The predominant building materials appeared to be reinforced concrete with small windows for light.None of the steel and glass buildings we find in most modern cities.In between high rise buildings were large numbers of narrow fronted buildings mostly containing retail units or domestic dwellings. Here and there was evidence of buildings built in the style of picture book images ...

    Kobe, Day 2

    A travel blog entry by pyres on Nov 14, 2011

    4 comments, 5 photos

    Today was the first official day of the conference and the amount of participants almost doubled. The talks were pretty interesting, the speakers were from all over the world (mostly from Canada and US, however).
    I met up with Maran for lunch and we had some pasta and Japanese-style pizza. Maran is documenting the food we had, so I might be able to post it here later ...

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