Business Hotel Tsuru

Address: 24-15 Showamachi, Izumi, Kagoshima Prefecture, Kyushu-Okinawa, 899-0202, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 24-15 Showamachi, Izumi.
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Travel Blogs from Izumi

Old trains and steam engines

A travel blog entry by tbugs1 on Oct 06, 2014

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... stop and steamed chestnuts at another.

The train had also stopped at Kareigawa and Osumi-Yokogawa stations, which are over 100 years old. It is amazing how well the timber had lasted. At the second station, they had this incredible piece of artwork. It had been painstakingly made by coloured sticks and on stepping back, it was a picture of the old railway station, a bit like the aboriginal dot paintings.

On the way, ...

Matsushima and back to Tokyo

A travel blog entry by nrdegay on Apr 19, 2013

Dinner at hotel last night,although buffet was excellent.Unusually for me had five desserts - a fact I have been reminded about several times today! About 6.30am Tom and I went for male bonding event in hotel onsen.Great way to start day. After breakfast we checked out and spent the morning in Matsushima.We had to do something with ...

Kirishima: Plan B it is

A travel blog entry by mchao on Jul 16, 2011

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... fast pace. While nothing stood out as amazing, the hike takes you through temperate forests, past blue alpine lakes and over a sulphurous rock strewn crater that used to be Mt. Ioyama. Overall, it was nice enough.

The ride back, I dropped by Kirishima jingu (shrine), about fifteen minutes bus ride from the station. The grounds are set in the tress and the decoration is heavily colorful, obviously from a Chinese ...

Yakushima 4.5: Last gasp

A travel blog entry by mchao on Jul 15, 2011

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... After the Taiko Iwa loop, I had time to divert to the Yayoi Sugi loop which leads you up and down an entirely paved and wooden staired path to the 3000 year old Yayoi cedar. This is probably the most popular loop with most tourists, only because it’s the most accessible and about 1 km in length. Both of the hikes took about 2.5 hours, while the stated time on the brochure is somewhere about 5. And that is probably accurate for the Japanese ...

Matsushima in the morning hutto at night...

A travel blog entry by shirbil on Sep 24, 2010

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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 ...