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All reviews nice walk on display cherry blossoms daiwa roynet hotel local history nice garden free zoo souvenir shop nice view covered bridge osaka jo surrounding gardens great place to visit small hill taking pictures samurai armour observation deck
Visited Wakayama for a couple of days with the sole intention of travelling on the very retro Wakayama Electric Railway and visiting Wakayama Castle. Having checked the delightful Wakayama Dentetsu off my list earlier in the day, it was late afternoon before I set-off from...More
The castle is one of the popular spots to view cherry blossoms (sakura) in spring time. The castle itself is beautiful and of typical style in ancient Japan. It has been well preserved showing history of the country. A walk in the park of the...More
First checking out wakayama historical center on the southside, near Daiwa Roynet hotel, I got combination ticket for both museum and castle. The building of historical center comprises 3floors:1st tourist information center and souvenir shop,2nd museum- right room: history of castle itself and wakayamacity and...More
After almost 50 years I visit this castle but this time I did not climb as I did not have enough time but I enjoyed walking round Nishinomaru garden, a beautiful traditional Japanese garden. Unfortunately azaria season is already over therefore I did not find...More
The day I went was neither weekend nor National holiday, so very few local and tourists. It allowed me to enjoy fully the walk around and taking pictures. More importantly was to blend in the with scenery and the atmosphere. The cool breeze up in...More
We bought the Bus-Tram Day Pass and took bus to here, walking more than 20 mins a bit tough under 28 deg.. haha. The Castle is open to the public as a symbol of the city and as a historical site.[ The main entrance gate...More
During my trip to Osaka, we took the JR to Wakayama to visit the gorgeous Wakayama castle, It was a sight to behold. There were not as many tourists as there were at the Himeji castle but Wakayama is beautiful in its own right. It...More
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One of the things we discussed a lot on when travelling with a group or family would be whether the service or bnb apartments make better monetary sense. We came to the conclusion quickly that if there's going... More
One of the things we discussed a lot on when travelling with a group or family would be whether the service or bnb apartments make better monetary sense. We came to the conclusion quickly that if there's going to be some things we don't want to have to stress about like safety, toiletries, booking changes, etc, best to stick to hotels.
Great thing about Japanese hotel establishments is that they do outfit their rooms with a lot more amenities. Suggest you "shop" around for hotel deals available on Trip Advisor. Hotels are preferable for me in the less bustling areas too because there are less chances of having hiccups at the last-minute with bookings. And, if you are travelling with family, settle in a lot quicker too. 😉
Oh yeah, if you have an allergy to pollen, you definitely should think of an air ioniser which are normally available in the Japanese hotel rooms.