Address: 630 Kinosakicho Imazu, Toyooka, Hyogo Prefecture, Kinki, 669-6103, Japan | Ryokan
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This ryokan, located on 630 Kinosakicho Imazu, Toyooka, is near Jizouyu Onsen.
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Travel Blogs from Toyooka

My first week in Fukuchiyama

A travel blog entry by sugoi.sensei on Apr 07, 2015

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... please"), will trigger a "sugoii" ("amazing!"), or "Nihongo jyouuzu desu" (good at Japanese). This makes it so enjoyable and fun for me to speak Japanese! I already feel like my Japanese has improved so much and am really looking forward to learning from teachers in my schools. There is no better way to learn and challenge myself!

Thanks for taking the time to read :)

Until next time.... Mata ne! xx


Day 11 - Still Bath time in Kinosaki!

A travel blog entry by costin on Apr 07, 2015

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... were able to go to the one by the station (Satonoyu), as it was now open. It was well worth going back for and was probably the best bath house that we went to. The men and women's side swap daily, so it could easily be worth two visits to experience it all. We weren't afforded that luxury as it was shut on the Monday, but it was excellent nonetheless. On the men's side, there were a few rows of showers on the far end and two indoor ...

Day 10 - Bath time in Kinosaki

A travel blog entry by costin on Apr 06, 2015

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From Kyoto, we were heading to Kinosaki, an onsen town with 7 natural spring bath houses and lots of Ryokans. It was another miserable day in Kyoto, but it was at least fairly dry, so we walked to the station, stopping in a cheap canteen style place for breakfast on the way. I had a rice bowl topped with a meat and vegetable mix, spring onions and a raw egg yolk to provide a bit of sauce. Kim opted for the curry rice. Once again, we were astounded at ...

Konnichiwa! Welcome to my new world

A travel blog entry by sugoi.sensei on Mar 14, 2015

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... The journey has been an emotional roller-coaster and, whilst I have never been a classroom teacher before, I have a strong passion for experiencing cultural diversity and promoting cross-cultural communication, and I can't wait to explore these interests more!

A little bit about my placement:

- I will be employed as an Assistant Language Teacher ...

Kinosaki, onson town

A travel blog entry by humberwright on Jan 27, 2015

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... nice. There was a few bits I didn't eat but we had a hot soup still heated by a candle so I put my sushi in that and it cooked it perfectly. Noel ate a raw prawn, not sure if you can do that but I'm sure we will find out tomorrow. The crab is massive like the ones in the aquarium yesterday. You get a stick and have to pull the meat out. It's more effort than it's worth really as you end up sticking and flicking it on yourself. The guy then came ...