Chisun Inn Sano-Fujioka IC

1344-1 Takahagicho, Sano, Tochigi Prefecture, Kanto, 327-0821, Japan | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Sano

Settling into a daily routine

A travel blog entry by cynthiana.diane

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... I remember hearing someone say "what about Russian?"...in a thick Russian accent. Sorry guys. No luck there. This method was used during rehearsal where it was very important that everyone understood the information the announcer was imparting. In that setting it worked very well. The announcer would speak and the two translators would take turns relaying the information. Using this method in a very noisy bowling alley?....didn't work at all. What ...

How to eat like the Japanese

A travel blog entry by cynthiana.diane

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... nice beef with broccoli (with the help of one of the aforementioned sauces). This gave me a great deal of confidence and so last night I cooked for the family. We had fried chicken with sauteed veggies (again, with the help of one of the sauces). While it won't go down in history the best meal I've ever cooked, everyone was happy and well fed. Success! Now....back to experimenting. I need to come up with a different dish for my next cooking session!
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Day 2. The jet lag is beginning to fade.

A travel blog entry by cynthiana.diane

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... members of the troupe have been very supportive and helpful. I very feel blessed in this, as this has not always been the case in my experience. It's wonderful being here with my friend Kyla. I very much enjoy her company during our free time and
it's a comfort having a familiar face on the platform with me. Adding additional joy to my situation is the fact that I am also going to be performing with one of ...

Nikko is stunning even in the wet

A travel blog entry by guykb

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... than we probably should have but we were able to recharge our batteries (and our sore feet) and it meant we could tackle the second path. Known as the Kanman Path, it is much flatter of the two paths and runs alongside the river for most of its length. Again there are some very peaceful shrines and brilliant sites along the way, including a series of Buddha statues all with red beanies on. This is related to Jizo Buddhism and is meant to protect travelers so I was happy to see ...

The long way

A travel blog entry by guykb

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Today we decided that, since we had a TWO day Hakone Free Pass, we should do it justice and get some free transport on the second day. So we came up with the idea of trying to view Fuji-san one more time. I even gave this harebrained scheme some rational basis by saying, hey, we can just travel back to Tokyo that way instead of back down the railway. So off we went. As we trudged up the fairly steep lane to the station we had to make way for a van... with Fujiya ...

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This 3 star hotel is located on 1344-1 Takahagicho, Sano.
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