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

... at that point. Along the same highway, we also spotted a huge deer standing along the roadside. But before we could get a shot of him, he ran off with his partner.

Lake Akan was very cold and the roads were icy. Lake Akan is a beautiful crater lake in Akan National Park. It is home to marimo, a rare algae species that forms itself into beautiful green balls. We found this place very touristy and not ...

Oakan In The Snow

A travel blog entry by zombywoof on Mar 05, 2007

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... it last summer together so it made some sense for us to do it in the winter too. We got on the trail about 8...There hasn't been any snow in Shibecha for at least two weeks and it didn't look like there had been a whole lot where we were either. On the way back down Goro remarked that the snow was usually about twice as high (I estimated that it averaged about a meter or so in most places). That made sense since a lot of the ribbons to mark the train ...

Kobe-So Many Hospitals, So Little Time (Part 1)

A travel blog entry by zombywoof on Oct 18, 2006

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... lay-z-boy when i showed up. He was friendly and gracious though, this being our first ever meeting, and we set to talking right away. The following morning (my birthday) I joined Kathy when she went to school. Being something of an 'educator' these days, I thought it would be a good idea to see something new; something 180 degrees new in fact...They both work at an international school about a 5 minute's walk from their building. It's a fairly large structure that houses ...

Love: Japanese Style.

A travel blog entry by zombywoof on Aug 14, 2006

So, I finally got invited to my first Japanese wedding last month. Better yet, it was my friend Shunsuke's wedding, so I was guaranteed an inside look at at least some of the proceedings. Especially the crazy preparation that he has been going through for the last 4 months or so. I guess that's how it is with all weddings anywhere in the world (having no first-hand experience-whew!) but there seemed to be some extra obligations to the Japanese ceremony. The whole thing, ...