Grand Ciel Hanamaki

Address: 1-6-7 Odori, Hanamaki, Iwate Prefecture, Tohoku, 025-0092, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 1-6-7 Odori, Hanamaki.
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Travel Blogs from Hanamaki

A Day With 35 FSS ITT

A travel blog entry by lmkuehnl on Apr 20, 2013

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... little the brilliant colors you see in other places in Japan and especially in Korea. While the exteriors may be plain, the interiors are very, VERY well finished with many beautiful Buddha statues, drums, Samurai statues, etc.


For lunch, we stopped at an automated lunch room where you order your lunch by putting your money in a vending type machine, ...

A golden past

A travel blog entry by choy on Apr 17, 2012

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... br> Hiraizumi is said to once have been the home of a beautiful capital, of which little remain. Most of the town is built around the ruins that are still there. Inside the Chuson-ji, the crown of capital still stands, the Konjikido Golden Hall, a hall entirely covered in gold and mother of pearl. It is considered one of the most elaborately decorated buildings and it is hard to argue against that. The hall really stands ...

Why Japan will Overcome this Crisis

A travel blog entry by teachoffthemap on Mar 19, 2011

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... Handicraft Village where traditional Japanese crafts and culinary delights came alive. For starters, we made Nambu sembei rice crackers, which is done in a similar fashion to making waffles but on a much smaller scale. Walking through the village, we watched on as local artisans carried on years of tradition by perfecting their craft of Nambu-tekki, wooden toys, pottery, ceramics, dyed goods and local sweets. For lunch, my homestay family arranged for ...

Thoughts on the Train

A travel blog entry by trainsnotplanes on Oct 20, 2010

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I was concerned over the younger generation. Whether they bought into the strict rules of the society placed upon them and most importantly whether they bought into this idea of Japan as a peaceful, non-violent nation. I feel the potential for a bubbling resentment, a need for the outlet for youthful rebellion. Is there no anger at the lot many people have drawn in life? Is there no hunger for a bit of a good old-fashioned punch-up, a bout of pointless violence?
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Shaman Dancing in the Sun

A travel blog entry by trainsnotplanes on Oct 20, 2010

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I wrote previously about the haystacks; the origami arrangements around vertical poles that stood, so I described, like rows of shaman caught mid-dance. We have just had an opportunity to inspect some of these up close and it transpires that the machine in the fields is not a combine harvester but merely a reaping machine, and the straw stacks still have their ears of ...

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