Address: 475-56 Kussharo, Teshikaga-cho, Kawakami-gun, Hokkaido, 088-3341 , Japan | Campground
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Travel Blogs from Teshikaga-cho

Owl Town!

A travel blog entry by labethune on Jun 27, 2012

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... than the beautiful scenery and historical importance, my draw to this town was all the owl carvings I had heard about from Thomas. I inherited my owl obsession from my father. For as long as I can remember my father's office has been overflowing with owl paintings and figurines. After spending so much of my life searching for great owl gifts for him, my own obsession was ...

Day 7 - Lake Akan - 9 Dec 2009

A travel blog entry by chrislye on Dec 09, 2009

... and serene as Lake Mashu. As Akankohan is a lakeside hot spring resort, there were many hotels and souvenir shops around the lake. We took a few quick shots of the lakeside before venturing to the many souvenir shops along the streets. The owner of 1 shop openly offered us a discount for something that I was admiring and that was what made me decide to get something from his shop. In the end, I got ...

I Think I Stepped In Some Pon Pon.

A travel blog entry by zombywoof on Apr 03, 2007

... got your nose down to the ground there were lots of interesting, little things to shoot. Unfortunately, I don`t have a macro lens yet so I wasn`t really able to take advantage of those opportunities. As we walked through the draw you could feel the heat actually rising out of the ground. It was noticeably warmer there than on top of Pon Pon and you could put your hand over some of the small vents where the steam was escaping ...

Kobe-So Many Hospitals, So Little Time (Part 2)

A travel blog entry by zombywoof on Oct 18, 2006

... total. It was jam-packed with Japanese, all waiting in really long lines to get some kind of fried or meaty treat from one of the dozens of roadside kiosks. After spending some time walking around and looking though, they all pretty much sold the exact same stuff so I'm not sure what made one place have a line 40 meters long and the other one be completely empty...The only thing I ended up getting was some fried dough but it really wasn't all that great. All ...

Daisetsuzan National Park-Part 2.

A travel blog entry by zombywoof on Aug 15, 2006

... blade of man. To the right of the trail was a huge gorge that served to channel the Chubetsu-kawa (river) and a stellar waterfall of at least 200'. To the left, and all around me, were massive pines and other old-growth trees. It was a nice way to end the hike. I had to wait a couple hours for the bus though to take me back to my car, so I read my book and amused myself by watching the steady influx of tourists who came through the nearby tunnel. Of course, I got my fair share of 'gaijin' looks ...