Hajikino Field Park

289-1 Washizaki, Sado, Niigata Prefecture, Chubu, 952-3204, Japan | Campground
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Travel Blogs from Sado

Noto Peninsula

A travel blog entry by misocutlet

9

On the last day of our trip to Kinki and Hokuriku Region, we travelled around Noto Peninsula. Actually, the peninsula was as boring as we expected, but because my mum looked satisfied, I was alright, too. We left our inn at nine and headed for Noto Island first, visiting Wajima morning market, Sosogi Coast and Mitsukejima Island.
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Sado & Niigata

A travel blog entry by misocutlet

28

... the summit. A view from there was just OK. We took pictures and had ice cream there. That was all. We still had time to kill until 3:30, our jet foil departure time. Then we found Himezaki Lighthouse on our map. It was a bit far from there, but the map said it had been selected as one of the best lighthouse of the world. That sounded nice and we made up our mind to try it. I drove south-east from the mountain to the lighthouse. It was a bit difficult to find, because of a ...

Sado Island

A travel blog entry by misocutlet

60

Sado is the sixth largest island of Japan, but I believed that the island was lacking in tourist attractions. The main attraction of the island is a gold mine ruin and the other tourist attractions are nothing unique to Sado. So I had not felt like going to Sado for a long time until my mother said she wanted to go there. It is impossible for her to travel on her own, so I decided to take her to the island.

Conveniently, there were some flights from ...

The Phone Call

A travel blog entry by sam.lee

... two hours on the Shinkansen train north of Tokyo. The first train out was at 7am. After I hung up the phone I laid back on the bed thinking how I was going to change my flight. I couldn't get back to sleep so I left early for the train station. As Yonezawa is a quiet rural town, the streets were deserted and my half an hour walk on the icy pavement to the train station in complete darkness ...

From Takayama to Niigata.

A travel blog entry by morutoratto

5

... to be sitting a couple of extra days on the train this time, so we won't be visiting Hokkaido, this island along with Okinawa and Shikoku are left for our next trip.

We are suppose to change trains in Tomaya, but when checking for which track we should board the train from, we ask a lady, who works at the train stations where to go and if maybe there would be a direct train to Niigata where we're heading. She says there is and what we didn't know, looking at ...

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