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

Day 5

A travel blog entry by ggoldtho on Sep 15, 2012

... I have grown to dread. It actually tastes like ****. I am pretty open to eating anything and can tolerate almost anything except for this. It was sooooo gross! I'm over it though (I think). Other than the natto, the rest of the food was great.

Leaving the town, we drove for a bit longer before I realized that I had left my laptop at the last hostel! I was pretty bummed out by that, but tried not to let it bog the other guys ...


A travel blog entry by hugeinjapan on Sep 26, 2010

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... I thought was interesting, but then all of the kids pulled out these mini tarps from their backpacks to sit on the floor with. They all had pictures of things like ladybugs and Pokemon on them. I've never seen anything like that before. Very smart. After lunch I was told that we had 15 minutes of free time and then we were leaving because it was too cold outside to stay any longer. It was about time I thought! I was freezing. All of the Japanese had ...

Summer Vacation 2007-Rebun-to

A travel blog entry by zombywoof on Aug 21, 2007

... bus was scheduled to come through so I walked around a little and took some pictures of the kombu that was drying in front of people's houses. I didn't really want to wait that long for the bus so I decided to try my hand at hitchhiking. It had served me well on Iriomote and I thought it might do the same for me on Rebun as well...I didn't have much luck for the first 25 minutes or so; people just kept passing by. I tried some guy in a big, fancy car and to my surprise ...

Golden Week 2007-Kyoto

A travel blog entry by zombywoof on Apr 30, 2007

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Ah, the joys of Golden Week. The one day in the year when the Japanese have three holidays in a row in the same week. For the notoriously long-working, endlessly suffering Japanese, these few days of respite are really nothing less than golden; hence the name. Interestingly enough, there is no Japanese language equivalent for this name and it is simply written in katakana; sounding like "goruden weeku". I hadn't put a whole lot of thought into what I was planning ...

Yuki Matsuri (Snow Festival)

A travel blog entry by zombywoof on Feb 26, 2007

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This year I decided to finally make the trek to the western side of the island, and the bright lights, big city of Sapporo, for the annual Yuki Matsuri. Every year several million Japanese come from all over the country to gaze at the two to three story high snow sculptures that line Odori Koen (Odori Park) and eat some of the German-style candied nuts that are for sale on the grounds. I had originally planned to go with ...