Hirosaki Toei Hotel

166 dote-machi, Hirosaki, Aomori, Tohoku, 036-8182, Japan | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Hirosaki

Heading north fast

A travel blog entry by alister.bland

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... anymore!!!!). And even in the museum some things were labelled like "some stone objects", "small triangular objects" etc. But overall it was OK. I caught a bus to it as it was a few kms out of town so navigated the "city" buses.

The second sight was the museum that had 5 floats from last years Nebuta Warasse festival. The festival is on every year in August but as I won't be staying that long decided to see last years winners. ...

Hirosaki Park

A travel blog entry by markhurwitz

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... the info verbatim from the 'packet' before I "misplaced" it. We also had a chance to visit the Neputa-no-Yakata Museum which houses huge paper lantern floats that are paraded in the streets annually each August. The floats are all hand painted and are illuminated at night. We can only imagine how beautiful it would be. After grabbing a green tea flavored ice cream to hold us over, we board the train for our trip back to Aomori. Our next stop.... ...

Late Fall Paddle of Lake Towada

A travel blog entry by lmkuehnl

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Had planned to hang-out at home this weekend and catch-up on some projects, but when an invite came from my Outdoor Recreation (ODR) Adventure Programs Director, Ron, to help him and our ODR Director, Mike, test some new dry-suits at Lake Towada, I jumped at the chance.......even if it required a dip in the lake to check for leaks!


We ...

Aomori, Japan.

A travel blog entry by ijulie

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Our first port. Dolphins escorted us into the port past snow capped mountains. We took a trip to Nebuta village to see the lanterns decorated for their annual parade. Then off to the Hirosaki Castle, over 200 years old and surrounded by Castle Park and 2600 cherry blossom trees most of which were in bloom. What a sight ! In the afternoon we saw the Buddhist temples and the Seibi-en Japanese garden, which gave us more ideas for our own ...

No Room? No Problem!

A travel blog entry by gadelle

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... who would really, really prefer to have something more comfortable than a bench to sleep on. And you've rented a car, and need a place to park that car. Where do you go?

To a Super Sento!

A sento is a public bath house. Given the traditional style of bathing in Japan, i.e. a tub filled to the brim with steaming hot water, it's much less hassle to just go to the public baths to wash and soak. ...

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This hotel, located on 166 dote-machi, Hirosaki, is near Mt. Iwaki.
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