Business Hotel Miyako Station Koyo

Address: 5-1 Wami-machi, Miyako, Iwate Prefecture, Tohoku, 027-0075, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 5-1 Wami-machi, Miyako, is near Todogasaki.
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    Heading Home

    A travel blog entry by lastonestanding on Aug 16, 2011

    Friday morning, Mr. Sasaki, his wife, Kiko, and I all went to Asakusa, the big temple in Tokyo lined by numerous shops of souvenirs, et cetera. I found this a great time to get some items for back home, and, best of all, I bought a kendo sword! I couldn't actually get a real steel one, due to sword laws in Japan, but I did get ...


    A travel blog entry by lastonestanding on Aug 16, 2011

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    Thursday started off with many hugs and goodbyes to the host family and all the new friends in Tome. I was sad to part from them, but I was also a bit excited to be going home soon. It's always a strange feeling on trips, isn't it? You want to stay forever, but you also can't wait to get home.

    Overall, Thursday was a fairly relaxed day. After a fair amount of travel from Tome to Tokyo, we met up with Mr. Sasaki's daughter ...

    Seagulls Are the Same in Every Country

    A travel blog entry by lastonestanding on Aug 14, 2011

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    ... in honor of him, his entire entourage samurai committed ritual suicide to continue to serve him in the afterlife. Dedicated.)

    After grabbing some ice cream while killing time, we hopped on a boat ride around many of the islands of Matsushima. While locals generally say that there are 808 islands (a lucky number), Mr. Sasaki told me that, in reality, there are around 260. We certainly didn't ...

    Tsunami Scenes

    A travel blog entry by lastonestanding on Aug 13, 2011

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    ... that happening to one of us. Unfortunately, the earthquake simulator was broken, but I wasn't too disappointed.

    After eating lunch at a local farmer's market, we went to a town on the coast to view tsunami damage. That wasn't part of the original plan, but I was adamant about seeing it.

    The town of Ishinomaki was gone. Debris littered the ground, wood tossed and broken, piles of rubble and ...

    Earthquakes Get Old, Fast

    A travel blog entry by lastonestanding on Aug 08, 2011

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    Had a bit of a rude awakening this Monday morning. My first earthquake? Kind of fun. Waking up at four o'clock in the morning to another huge earthquake? Not so much.

    The day (officially) started out quite formally, with another ceremony by the Japanese. I hadn't realized they were so fond of formal occasions, and the morning meeting with the mayor, the superintendant, the council member and the vice was certainly that. It was an interesting experience, and something I'll ...