87-319 Komatsuno Hyakuzawa, Hirosaki, Aomori, Tohoku, 036-1343, Japan | Hotel
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Aomori, Japan.

A travel blog entry by ijulie


Our first port. Dolphins escorted us into the port past snow capped mountains. We took a trip to Nebuta village to see the lanterns decorated for their annual parade. Then off to the Hirosaki Castle, over 200 years old and surrounded by Castle Park and 2600 cherry blossom trees most of which were in bloom. What a sight ! In the afternoon we saw the Buddhist temples and the Seibi-en Japanese garden, which gave us more ideas for our own ...

Snow Road & Snowshoeing!

A travel blog entry by lmkuehnl


... to hope for little or no wind...

The snow road is definitely an experience. The Japanese spend weeks in March digging out the 8kms of road that was closed it in late November. The last Sunday of March the road is open for pedestrians and then the next day it is open for vehicles. Driving it today was ...

Aomori Summer Festival - Nebuta Festival

A travel blog entry by lmkuehnl


... to join the dancing. According to our guide, spectators are no longer allowed to join the possession since they've had some folks up to no-good cause problems in the past. However, anyone that has a costume or rents the costume can join in at the start of the parade (just no along the parade route like they use to). The "dance" is more like a a sequence ...

No Room? No Problem!

A travel blog entry by gadelle


... who would really, really prefer to have something more comfortable than a bench to sleep on. And you've rented a car, and need a place to park that car. Where do you go?

To a Super Sento!

A sento is a public bath house. Given the traditional style of bathing in Japan, i.e. a tub filled to the brim with steaming hot water, it's much less hassle to just go to the public baths to wash and soak. ...

Fireworks and Floats

A travel blog entry by gadelle


... Even years after the fact, I can often remember how to get from one point to another in a city I've only been to once, and various landmarks along the way. Conversely, I'd have to concentrate just as hard to describe in as much detail my route to work, which I've walked or biked over a thousand times.

While waiting for J earlier in the day, I'd tried to think of a strategy for that evening. The best I could figure was ...


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