Grand Marry Hotel Resort

673-13 Kujiranami, Kashiwazaki, Niigata Prefecture, Chubu, 945-0855, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 673-13 Kujiranami, Kashiwazaki.
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Travel Blogs from Kashiwazaki

Summer in Toyama

A travel blog entry by cynthiana.diane on Aug 07, 2014

6 comments, 44 photos

... before the morning show, having a little internal dialog about remembering how much I love what I do and how lucky I am to get to do it...again...today....right now....when I'm really sore...and tired....and hot. Yay! And...cue music. Go time! Honestly though, once I make it through that first show of the day, I find myself back to feeling the familiar excitement and love for the rest of the day. Additionally, in this city we've had night shows (7pm) one day ...

Nikko, Japan

A travel blog entry by lisakresky on Jul 28, 2014

48 photos

... with the first being in Tokyo, but it has now been turned into a museum. The present emperor and his family also lived there in 1943 during the war. The villa is built around the former Edo residence of the Kishu Tokugawa clan, which was brought from Edo to Nikko. Edo is now known as Tokyo. There are a total of 106 rooms with those on the south side for the Emperor and Empress and those on the north for the liege and court ladies. As you walk ...

Preface

A travel blog entry by gouldy on Nov 12, 2008

1 photo

... always remain in my heart. Some memories are distant and some have faded, yet when I cast my mind back to that time its as clear as the rising sun. To see the next entry please follow the link to my brand new site: http://www.memoirsofjapan.com ...

No parrott sketch included

A travel blog entry by ryota on Dec 20, 2007

14 photos

... body cried or even sobbed at any part of the funeral. Perhaps my relatives and the guests took a clinical approach to death. Perhaps his death was too sudden for us to feel. Anotehr striking aspect of the funeral was that the monks made frequent references to two major instances of earthquake in central Niigata, the first one in October 2004 and the second one recently in July 2007. Living in an ageing dying town, afflicted with damages ...

Three different Japanese home experiences

A travel blog entry by anderslost on Aug 27, 2006

3 photos

We meet up with Kurio, the Vice Principle of Phil's school. His parents have offered to host us for the night. This is a special treat because their house is an old Samuri House. We have dinner out and arrive at the house exhausted, but manage to find the energy to have some drinks and food. The morning is spent eating a lavishly prepared Japanese style breakfast, full of delicious foods. Pictures were taken and ...

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