Hotel Alpha-1 Sakuragicho

Address: 12-5 Sakuragicho, Toyama, Toyama, Chubu, 930-0082, Japan | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on 12-5 Sakuragicho, Toyama.
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Travel Blogs from Toyama

Workplace hazards

A travel blog entry by cynthiana.diane on Aug 20, 2014

1 comment, 3 photos

... a female Flying Trapeze performer:

  • You're supposed to look like a princess, but really you look like a football player in a sparkly costume.
  • Wearing fishnet stockings that catch on everything. Imagine for a moment this exciting scenario: On your legs you have fishnet stockings and pretty leg wraps which are held on with small hooks. You're standing on the riser, in the spotlight, waiting for the 'hep' and suddenly, without explanation the hook from ...

Matsushima - crossing Japanese Alps

A travel blog entry by silo on Aug 12, 2014

14 photos

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The forward was quite uneventful, we could book for most of the trains until we had to change crossing the Japanese Alps. Here no reservation was possible and we were standing for 2 hours in a train packed with people

Arriving in Ouzo we has to walk quite a bit and it was not very inspiring. The town is very americanized with shopping malls and the ...

Summer in Toyama

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

6 comments, 44 photos

... two times. Before it got put into the show, I caught the trick exactly five times...and not all in one day...a couple here and a couple there. But, Daniel wanted it in the show. I was certainly happy to oblige since just doing one trick was getting really boring. But can you say, 'on the job training'? Having an inconsistent trick in the show puts a lot of pressure on everyone. One miss during a flying trapeze performance isn't great, but it's okay. Everyone ...

Hida to Itakura no Yafo Tanekura

A travel blog entry by haber.japan2014 on Jul 09, 2014

7 photos

... are aging and have transitioned from rice farming to less laborious buckwheat farming but even that has becomer too arduous. Our guide explained that everyone in the village help each other to lighten the workload. He said he is doing his best to preserve the culture and tradition. The time spent in this remote farming village was truly special, a window into a unique and disappearing way of life in a remote and beautiful corner of the world. Following the tour we were driven to ...

Back in the swing of things

A travel blog entry by cynthiana.diane on Jul 06, 2014

11 comments, 3 photos

... in my lifetime, but never to a country where I could neither speak nor read the language. Fortunately for me, many of the most important (transportation) signs are written in English and not just Japanese. Add to that the fact that the Japanese are some of the most helpful people I have ever met in my life. The result was an easy and very enjoyable journey.

As what I feel is an important side note on the subject of being helpful, ...