Ayu no Sato

Address: 30 Kokonoka-machi, Hitoyoshi, Kumamoto Prefecture, Kyushu-Okinawa, 868-0004, Japan | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located in the Hitoyoshi Onsen area of Hitoyoshi.
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      Old trains and steam engines

      A travel blog entry by tbugs1 on Oct 06, 2014

      43 photos

      ... to spot the ash cloud over the active volcano, Sakura-jima. No luck. It looked like there was a permanent cloud on the mountain peak I don't think that is the ash cloud.

      We changed trains to the Shinpei #2, yet another old diesel engine train. We went from Yoshimatsu to Hitoyoshi. We had a bit more time there but only just. Eel was a specialty dish in this area. Owen had said that if anyone had wanted to try it, they ...

      Matsushima and back to Tokyo

      A travel blog entry by nrdegay on Apr 19, 2013

      ... as not going back to hotel.Yoshika asked bayside restaurant to store it which they did,accepted and retrieved with much bowing and smiling. In Matsushima Yoshika had arranged for local businessman to talk to us about how Tsunami had affected them.They got off relatively lightly and we saw pics of damage and saw reconstructed ...

      Kirishima: Plan B it is

      A travel blog entry by mchao on Jul 16, 2011

      9 photos

      ... on the major mountain climbs turning into thankfulness. Though the spirit was willing, my legs felt like hamburger meat--beaten up and soft. So maybe it was a sign that I should be taking a vacation from my vacation and resting up while I had the chance.

      Still, though, I had the afternoon for hiking, and if you paid the price of admission you have to do the rides. And the loop is still long--clocking in at 4 hours roundtrip with ...

      Yakushima 4.5: Last gasp

      A travel blog entry by mchao on Jul 15, 2011

      4 photos

      ... yesterday without a second thought because I was tired and wet and afraid I’d miss my bus, but have done the ‘Mononoke’ portion of the hike between Touji pass and Shiratani hut. This time, I chose the easier Taiko Iwa loop, via the Kusugawa sidewalk. This is better paved with large-ish level stones and some stairs. Interestingly, this sidewalk itself is a tourism point, having been established hundreds of years ago as an avenue ...

      Matsushima in the morning hutto at night...

      A travel blog entry by shirbil on Sep 24, 2010

      10 photos

      after a cold and rainy day yesterday and a bad forecast for today, we woke up in the morning and were surprised to see that there is no rain and that the temprature went up. we did our way to sendai station to catch the train to matsushima. when we entered the station we smelled a comforting smell of fresh bread...hhoooo...the smell was so good so we started looking (like mice in a maze) where the smell came from...we ...