Business Hotel Motonakano

Address: 4-15-10 Motonakano-cho, Tomakomai, Hokkaido, 053-0005, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 4-15-10 Motonakano-cho, Tomakomai.
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Travel Blogs from Tomakomai

Volcano and Onsen

A travel blog entry by andrewy on Jul 02, 2015

79 photos

... the devil and demon hang out. On my way back to bus stop, I have about 40 minutes left, not enough to make the ohuro and the bus back to JR Noboribetsu , so I ask the sagiriyu Onsen owner to call a taxi for 1110 am back to JR station, she agreed so I quickly changed, showered and soaked in the amazing sulfur water bath. There are multiple hot tub stations with varying degree of heat. The sulfur water make it extra special as it can supposedly cure a bunch of ...

Rainy mans Hokkaido tour continues

A travel blog entry by mattstanbridge on Jun 24, 2015

117 photos

... hour route back down to collect my bag and head for the bus station, again another memorable Japan experience as whilst waiting in the bus ticket office the lady spoke who spoke no English but with the aid of a bit of English/ Japanese gesturing she indicated that I needed to reserve this journey, there was no English signage so with a smile she indicated that she would call the bus company to see if I could travel, whilst on the phone some tourists came in and were ...

Chapter Twenty Three

A travel blog entry by luggagesbitch on Jun 03, 2015

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... onsen at one point. We decided to split the cost of a rental car, because there were only buses there and the weather was so poor. Sawan had his suitcase him with too, as he was moving on to Hakkodate. We loaded up "Daisy" a Nissan Dayz and drove around a bit. Mt. Hiyoriyama is where the hot spring that feeds all of the onsens is located. We drove up to the top and took some pictures. There was a sulfur odour in the air as ...


A travel blog entry by kirs_t_t on Feb 23, 2015

56 photos

... it's possible to ski across from each one. I'm not sure about the single seat chair lifts with no bars up to the top of the mountain though. You need an all mountain pass to ski all areas but you can also buy single mountain tickets. Annupuri is about a 30min bus ride on the orange bus from the Hirafu Welcome Centre. It is free with a lift ticket. Hirafu, Niseko Village and Annupuri also have night skiing through to ...

Would have been the perfect vacation

A travel blog entry by joyfulexplorer on Feb 11, 2015

20 photos

... desk outside talking to someone (maybe the bus driver). Then we saw an orange bus. He was announcing something in Japanese. My friend showed our laminated stub for transfer to airport and he told her to wait, and so we waited there in the lobby with other passengers, who are obviously not bound for the airport. The same guy was also in the lobby announcing something in Japanese, maybe paging some missing passengers to go to ...