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 curioso on Mar 31, 2014

    ... to come out-and together! We were the first to leave the baggage area. Another miracle!

    Carol called, as instructed, to Red Tie, the transportation service we contracted with for the trip to and from SFO. He was there within a few minutes. The trip home was fast and easy. And here we are: HOME AGAIN!

    We hope to return to Almanor ASAP. I have a minor medical issue that must be dealt with in Oakland once a week, starting tomorrow, for six ...


    A travel blog entry by stephanielutzke on Apr 05, 2013

    ... resembling an english menu, but had no luck. We walked back through the club lined streets and stumbled across a cosy restaurant, the door opened and a small Japanese lady says "Japanese yes??" to which we gave a confused nod and a yes, assuming that she meant is Japanese food okay? We we're wrong. Since the entire menu was in Japanese and there were no pictures, we sat and contemplated the ...

    Day 44 - Trains, Castles, Dumplings and Temples

    A travel blog entry by rick_and_mandy on Oct 20, 2012

    12 photos

    ... and head out later in our local neighborhood for dinner and a look about. We ambled back from the temple to catch the train "home". Rick commented once again about the sense of calm and non hurridness in the streets. People certainly go about their business with purpose but in general everyone appears to be fairly laid back and not too stressed. In a city of 3.5 million people it is amazing to walk down some of these streets and you could be in the countryside or in a ...

    A Castle and The Kaiyukan, You Just Can't Go Wrong

    A travel blog entry by jenandbryce on Jun 13, 2012

    2 comments, 16 photos

    ... adorable. He was the gaijan of the day I guess. Gaijan just means foreigner. Bryce said he felt like a celebrity. I got us stamps of Osaka Castle for our scrapbook when we get home. We toured the gift shop and then headed back to the entrance of the Castle. Before leaving we stopped and sat down to eat some strawberry mochi. Mochi is a rice ball with a flavour filling . It felts like a jelly ball but is so delicious. The strawberry mochi was covered in cocoa. We all ...

    Day 18: Kobe Luminarie, Ropeway & Donkey Surprise

    A travel blog entry by apat on Dec 10, 2011

    10 photos

    ... but honestly, it was pretty dull. We were all fairly bored. It didn't help that visibility wasn't great today. So to sum up the ropeway, it was a ropeway up, some quick photos at the top, and ropeway back down. Another thing to put on the "been there, done that, never again" pile.

    Once back at sea level, we headed down to Kobe Harborland, a popular shopping and entertainment area down on the Kobe waterfront. After browsing some of the ...

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