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Private Kobe Custom One Day Tour by Chartered Vehicle
"This is a private tour by chartered vehicle. Using this service you can charter your vehicle Limousine Van or Bus which is most suitable for your group and visit many attractive sightseeing spots. You don't have to hurry for any other tourist. This tour is only for your group!The tour route is flexible and can be arranged upon your request.Rec"""Kobe is the capital of Hyogo Prefecture and one of Japan's ten largest cities. Kobe has been an important port city for many centuries. Its port was among the first to be opened to foreign trade in the 19th century alongside the ports of Yokohama Nagasaki
From JPY82,793.00
 
"Private Day Trip to the Kobe Mountains
"Private Day Trip to the Kobe Mountains Gardens and Hot Springs from Osaka""This is a private day trip with a native English-speaking guide and driver. Kobe is the origin of Kobe beef and has one of the most famous hot springs in Japan Arima Onsen as well as Mt Rokko.Itinerary8:30am - Pick up at your hotel (anywhere in central Osaka).9:30am - Ascend Mt. Rokko via the historic Mt. Rokko Cable Car operating since 1932. This ""funicular"" type ascent is sure to please riders of all ages!  Your private vehicle will reunite with you at the top of the mountain.10:15am - Visit Kobe Botanical Gardens up high on Mt. Rokko. A diverse landscape and flora awaits your discovery in this large garden.12pm - Japanese lunch at Arima Onsen (hot springs).12:45pm - Bathing and relaxing at Arima Onsen where the therapeutic waters have been appreciated by generations. Both indoor and outdoor bathing and soaking facilities are available
From $288.00
 
"Private Day Trip to the Kobe Mountains
"Private Day Trip to the Kobe Mountains Gardens and Hot Springs from Osaka""This is a private day trip with a native English-speaking guide and driver. Kobe is the origin of Kobe beef and has one of the most famous hot springs in Japan Arima Onsen as well as Mt Rokko.Itinerary8:30am - Pick up at your hotel (anywhere in central Osaka).9:30am - Ascend Mt. Rokko via the historic Mt. Rokko Cable Car operating since 1932. This ""funicular"" type ascent is sure to please riders of all ages!  Your private vehicle will reunite with you at the top of the mountain.10:15am - Visit Kobe Botanical Gardens up high on Mt. Rokko. A diverse landscape and flora awaits your discovery in this large garden.12pm - Japanese lunch at Arima Onsen (hot springs).12:45pm - Bathing and relaxing at Arima Onsen where the therapeutic waters have been appreciated by generations. Both indoor and outdoor bathing and soaking facilities are available
From $288.00

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Himeji Castle

Some sights are impossible to see well without paying an entry fee. Himeji Castle is not one of these. You can wander its grounds, photograph it and even venture onto some of its walls free of charge.
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Coin Lockers

There are coin lockers available at JR Himeji Station for your backpacks & bags, and maybe your suitcase if it`s not too wide. The largest lockers are located IN the station (after you enter the gates...
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English-Speaking Guide

Get yourself an English speaking guide! Ask at the castle reception. Guide service is only available on Sunday (but you can call up to check, tel: 0792-851146) & I managed to get myself a very...
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Tourist Information Center

There is an information center right outside of JR Himeji Station central exit. Come here for information & maps of Himeji. Open daily 10am-3pm. English staff available at certain times of the day....
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Egret Himeji

For those who live in Himeji, you can go to Egret (next to Otenmae Park) 4th floor & use the internet for free. For visitors, go to I LOVE YOU MULTIMEDIA STATION at Festa, underneath JR Himeji...
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Himeji City Museum of Art

The Himeji City Museum of Art is at the vinicity of the Himehi Castle. The red brick building was once an armory. The works of the Belgian painter, Paul Delvaux are displayed here along with those of...
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Shichi-Go-San (7-5-3) Festival

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Top Hotels in Himeji

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100 Minami-ekimaecho, Himeji, Hyogo Prefecture, 670-0962, Japan
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1 50 3 Hojo Guchi, Himeji, Japan, 670 0935, JP
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210 Sanzaemonbori Nishinomachi, Himeji, Hyogo Prefecture, 670-0940, Japan
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132 Watamachi, Himeji, Hyogo Prefecture, 670-0921, Japan
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33-1 Minamiekimaecho, Himeji, Hyogo Prefecture, 670-0962, Japan
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158 Toyozawa-cho, Himeji, Hyogo Prefecture, 670-0964, Japan
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Top Things to Do in Himeji

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Himeji Castle

The main keep of Himeji castle, also called the donjon, was one of the first buildings constructed at the modern castle in 1601. The structure, he inner and most well defended part of the castle, was...
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Koko-en Garden

Just to the left of the entrance to Himeji Castle is the Kokoen Garden. Although the garden has no real history (it was built in the 1990s), it features 9 different areas meant to represent different...
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City Overview

The city of Himeji is most well known for its wonderfully preserved castle. The city itself has over 500,000 residents, a major Shinkansen station, and a bustling downtown area between the station and...
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Taiyo Koen (Taiyo Park)

It is kind of funny place as you can see a lot of stone statues from all over the world. Of course they are imitations and minitures but you can experience "travel over the world" in one hour. There...
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Kobe -Day Trip

During a recent trip between Tokyo and Hiroshima, we spent an afternoon on Himeji, then stopped at Kobe for the night before returning to Yokohama and Tokyo. We stayed at Hyogo Station, then spent a...
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Hyogo Prefectural Museum of History

The Hyogo Prefectural Museum of History is quite a nice museum. The permanent exhibits feature replicas of all 12 original castles from throughout Japan, a nice recreation of a festival, Japanese toys...
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"Springtime in Himeji"
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"My Himeji Homepage"
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"Welcome to Himeji"
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"A Long-Awaited Trip"
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"Day trip"
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