Fujioka Daiichi Hotel

Address: 606 Fujioka, Fujioka, Gunma Prefecture, Kanto, 375-0024, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 606 Fujioka, Fujioka.
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Travel Blogs from Fujioka

DAY 5 - HAKUBA - KARUIZAWA - SKI RESORT

A travel blog entry by angelpenang on Dec 12, 2014

... at Karuizawa outlet. It was first "Discovered" and promoted as a mountain resort by Western residents of Japan. you can also indulge in some of the many leisure activities available, such as bowling, golf and cycling around town (own expenses). Overnight at Ski ...

Shopping

A travel blog entry by helcanen on Nov 23, 2014

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... background ...
(sorry I sound a bit too much Spaceballs, no ? The Spacballs cereals, Spaceballs t-shirt...).
Of course, you can find gashapon boxes a bit everywhere in Japan.
Kimono shop, another with so cute decoration around matsuri theme, the famous big candy shop I already discovered in Osaka.
And I finally saw the sign saying that the purikura area is forbidden for men, at least when they are alone. Yes, Japan is careful with perverts and ...

Jô Mine Koēn + Sakurayama

A travel blog entry by helcanen on Nov 22, 2014

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... peaceful, although a bit cold.
I made again some shots overthere.
The good point is that, when you visit some parks during the evening, they add nice soft lights to show the trees.
At a moment the path in the mountain was blocked, we couldn't access all areas. It was dark, not lighted, better to not get lost or fall overthere. So we decided to go back and reach the car.

On the way to go back, it was a bit ...

Honjō

A travel blog entry by helcanen on Nov 21, 2014

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... temples are linked to cemetary, something I didn't see in Tokyo, Kyoto etc... So, you feel that you have to be even more respectful while visiting these places.
First temple was really small, but the "gate" building seemed so old. Others were a bit bigger, but also interesting. One of them was surrounded by barriers, engraved with red texts.
The visit ended and although it was not long, it was really interesting to walk in a ...

Kawagoe

A travel blog entry by helcanen on Nov 20, 2014

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... beaucoup de constructions ont gardé le style de la période Edo. Probablement beaucoup ont été reconstruites, pas vraiment sûre de ça. En tous cas, la tour de garde n'est pas l'originale, mais reconstruite exactement pareil. On peut trouver beaucoup de magasins vendant les habituels omiyage (souvenirs), et aussi des shops plus traditionnels comme le magasin de couteaux faits main (excessivement cher), le magasin Matcha (poudre de thé vert), etc ...
C'est dommage ...