Blue Kotobuki Hotel

564 Imaricho ko, Imari, Saga Prefecture, Kyushu-Okinawa, 848-0047, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 564 Imaricho ko, Imari.
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Travel Blogs from Imari

Arita and nearby pottery towns

A travel blog entry by rbfromnj on Oct 14, 2013

2 comments, 170 photos

... br> The Japanese sensitivity to aesthetics surrounds me in Japan--not just the ceramics, but also the signs and the commercial graphics that are part of everyday life. A deep sense of aesthetics is also expressed in beautiful packaging, which often goes to the extremes of over-packaging. The culture of over-packaging is beginning to give way to concerns about waste, and you now can occasionally see a reusable shopping bag in Japan. ...

Carlos's Birthday Bash in Sasebo

A travel blog entry by wildeyedboy on Aug 15, 2013

34 photos

Monday, August 12th

Good-bye Global Arena.
Lazy day, all packed up leaving on the 3:06 train meeting Carlos & Erin and heading to Sasebo.

Tuesday, August 13th

Slept in and went to Daito for Sushi-ro drank in Ashley's apartment

Yoshinogari Archeological Park

A travel blog entry by londone7 on Oct 02, 2012

37 photos

... and there were large clay urns inside. Behind this was a giant burial mound which had an entrance to enter. We have similar such things in korea with domed burial mounds so I was curious as to what was inside. Inside was a large excavation hall showing various burial jars ...

Kyushu Trains

A travel blog entry by londone7 on Oct 02, 2012

27 photos

... with a much better seat and view then what I had first chosen. The train ride was an hour so time to relax. At Saga I had to switch again to a local commuter train. This was one of the small two car glass carriage type ...

Huis Ten Bosch : Dutch Royal Palace

A travel blog entry by londone7 on Oct 02, 2012

23 photos

... and get to the far end. There was then a separate entrance ticket to enter. The website said 500Y ($6.25). When I got there I couldnt find a ticket booth or vending machine to buy my ticket as had been in other places. There were people at the gates checking tickets. I tried to tell them that I didnt have the all access ticket ...

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