Hirosaki Prince Hotel

1-3-4 Ekimae, Hirosaki, Aomori, Tohoku, 036-8002, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 1-3-4 Ekimae, Hirosaki, is near Mt. Iwaki.
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    Travel Blogs from Hirosaki

    Last Port of Call

    A travel blog entry by meznglenn on Sep 16, 2014

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    ... on both sides of the street past big wooden gates. Some were built as family temples of the Feudal clans and consist of temples and in some cases mausoleums. Most have impressive gates and are guardians of the Hirosaki Castle. Some of these temples were built 300 - 400 years ago. Back to the bus and then hopefully on the train back to Aomori. We arrive at the station with about 2 minutes to spare to get to the train, so once again we are running as ...

    A colorful carneval style festival

    A travel blog entry by silo on Aug 04, 2014

    11 photos

    ... by people, the drums and dancing. All of them intonating their ra-ra-ratana.

    Impressive constructions with enlightened figures if ancient history. We could not understand all of the meaning, but the festival is known on Japan. There is even a museum with all the history and the constructors of the carts (all in Japanese)


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    Really, Really Big Buddah

    A travel blog entry by lmkuehnl on Jul 27, 2014

    9 photos

    ... look as the water started and stopped as I was taking pictures.

    I have to admit.....I really liked the cute little statues of the kid Buddhas.

    This was a nice side trip and definitely a "must see" for those of us in northern Japan.

    Not many Japanese adventures left!

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    Beach Time!

    A travel blog entry by lmkuehnl on Jul 27, 2014

    8 photos

    ... are dirty/trashy, it really isn't the locals. The items on the beach come off ships and from other countries around the Pacific. Anything that falls off a ship and floats will eventually wash up on a beach. And when you consider all the people in southeast Asian that live on or near the water, you add to that anything that is dropped and ...

    Lot's and lot's of Torii Gates

    A travel blog entry by lmkuehnl on Jul 26, 2014

    8 photos

    ... the roads with their tractors and such.






    Using my smart phone and the GPS coordinates from our 35FSS.com webpage ("Travel with confidence" section), I didn't have nay issue finding the shrine. And the VERY big torii gate that stretched across the road reassured me that I was getting ...