Agri In Holiday

Address: 226-24 Hirono Kozawa, Hirosaki, Aomori, Tohoku, 036-8243, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 226-24 Hirono Kozawa, Hirosaki, is near Mt. Iwaki.
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    A travel blog entry by mek1 on Sep 30, 2015

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    Today we are in Aomori which is on the northern coast of Honshu, the main island of Japan. The harbor is beautiful. It is large with several large breakwaters. There is a large beautiful suspension bridge crossing the bay and a large triangle building right on the shoreline which houses up scale shopping.

    We took ...


    A travel blog entry by drmom on Aug 01, 2015

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    ... This was originally built in the early 1600s. One of the main towers burned down after a lightning strike shortly after completion. The current castle tower was built in the early 1800s. It is being renovated (so we couldn't go inside of it) and will then be moved intact to a different location on the grounds. Seriously, they are going to prop the entire building up 30 cm and move it about 100 yards. ...

    Last Port of Call

    A travel blog entry by meznglenn on Sep 16, 2014

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    ... definitely run in time. This one is not an express so will take a little longer to get back. During this time we decide to get off one stop before Aomori and go to visit the Special National Historical Site, Sannai-Maruyama. It's a famous archeological site which had been known since the Edo period. Excavation which started in 1992 revealed a large settlement of Early and Middle Jomon Period (5500 to 4000 years ago). Pit dwellings, pillar supported ...

    A colorful carneval style festival

    A travel blog entry by silo on Aug 04, 2014

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    ... by people, the drums and dancing. All of them intonating their ra-ra-ratana.

    Impressive constructions with enlightened figures if ancient history. We could not understand all of the meaning, but the festival is known on Japan. There is even a museum with all the history and the constructors of the carts (all in Japanese)


    Really, Really Big Buddah

    A travel blog entry by lmkuehnl on Jul 27, 2014

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    The grounds are very peaceful. There are several ponds. One with a waterfall and several with the large "gold fish" that the Japanese seem to love.

    They were working on the grounds around the pagoda. They had laid out some big boulders and were in the process ...