17 Dec 2018 - 18 Dec 2018
2 guests - 1 room
With Japan's best-preserved original medieval wooden castle, the little city of Himeji may not offer huge numbers of sights, but what it DOES have is, frankly, lovely. The white peaks and swooping eaves of Himeji-Jo (Himeji Castle) are particularly striking framed by spring blossoms, but I would consider Himeji a must-visit at any time of the year.
Home of the white egret castle. Himeji is a small town with its main street that leads you directly to its main attraction, the large Himeji Castle. The castle is definitely the main attraction, but stay for some of the side streets and arcades. Be enchanted with the hospitality of Japanese folk like everywhere else in Japan.