Atreyu

Address: 475-56 Kussharo, Teshikaga-cho, Kawakami-gun, Hokkaido, 088-3341 , Japan | Campground
 
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This campground is located on 475-56 Kussharo, Teshikaga-cho.
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Travel Blogs from Teshikaga-cho

Hiking Heaven

A travel blog entry by f.goldthorpe on Sep 16, 2012

12 photos

... we passed through many tunnels , some kilometers long.


It was about 5:30 and getting dark when we arrived at the Soun-Kyo Hostel inside of the Daisetsuzan National Park. Here we stayed 2 nights in a 4 bunk room with 2 Japanese travellers on night #1.


Fortified with a substantial breakfast and provided with a box lunch, we set off to explore the park. It started with a cable car and chair lift ride to our starting point of the hike/climb. ...

Lake Akan Day Trip

A travel blog entry by hugeinjapan on Sep 18, 2010

1 comment, 59 photos

... Marimo-no-sato Shopping Place. Much of the same as the other shopping area. Except it has a bakery! A delicious delicious bakery. At the end of this street is the Eco Museum Center. Admission is free and it should be for foreigners especially because I can't read anything so I was in and out once I looked at everything. I then walked over and saw the Inari and Mt. Akan Shrines. My map had some nature paths on it so I found them and walked those. There were lots of ...

Golden Week 2007-Kobe

A travel blog entry by zombywoof on May 16, 2007

2 photos

... myself but the kids really made short work out of most of it. When that was all done and the rest of the kids had returned from recess she gave them two choices: they could work on their animal reports some more or they could listen to me play guitar and sing. I think you know what they chose. So I grabbed one of their little chairs and sat down at one end of the room. I mentioned how I wasn't sure what I should play ...

Yuki Matsuri (Snow Festival)

A travel blog entry by zombywoof on Feb 26, 2007

8 photos

... size was impressive but most of their subjects were really rather uninteresting. A couple of them were just buildings; the Thai embassy for example, and others seemed like shillls for some coporate behemoth (are you listening Disney?). There were a few smaller "busts" that were of some interest but, for the most part, it was much ado about nothing...Still, I was glad that I at least went once but I'm not so sure I'd ever go back. ...

Daisetsuzan National Park Part 3.

A travel blog entry by zombywoof on Aug 15, 2006

... relative silence. That night was the quietest I may have ever experienced. The only other hikers that had shown up were sleeping in the hut so I didn't hear a peep out of them. There was no wind to rattle my tent and absolutely no bugs making any noises. It was actually a little spooky... As modern human beings we have become so accustomed to having our environment polluted by sound that it can be a bit unnerving to not hear anything in the background. We may wonder ...