Hotel Boyo

3-1-25 Sakana-machi, Kesennuma, Miyagi Prefecture, Tohoku, 988-0013, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 3-1-25 Sakana-machi, Kesennuma.
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Travel Blogs from Kesennuma

A Day With 35 FSS ITT

A travel blog entry by lmkuehnl on Apr 20, 2013

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... about the only parts not covered are the in laid mother of pearl pieces. The original shrine is now housed inside a "fire proof" building to protect it from the elements and fire.


There are a total of about 20 separate shrines in the immediate area. Unlike other shrines, most of the shrines here have exteriors of natural wood. Many have beautiful carvings, ...

First day in disaster region - oshima island

A travel blog entry by kizunacooks on Sep 24, 2012

7 photos

Entry by Joanna Met at Azumaya to hear lecturers view on disaster. Ms kotsumas shared her experience of disaster. She was separated from her elementary age son for five days as tsunami went through middle of island. Same with her son in kesennuma city. She could not get to him for a ...

First day in disaster region - oshima island

A travel blog entry by kizunacooks on Sep 24, 2012

2 photos

Entry by Joanna Met at Azumaya to hear lecturers view on disaster. Ms kotsumas shared her experience of disaster. She was separated from her elementary age son for five days as tsunami went through middle of island. Same with her son in kesennuma city. She could not get to him for a ...

Travelling again

A travel blog entry by kizunacooks on Sep 23, 2012

1 comment, 8 photos

... was surprised by the disaster site. It looked a lot better than I expected. The recovery efforts are progressing a lot faster than I thought. There was still a lot of evidence to prove the disaster did hit Kesennuma/Oshima but the people were still all smiles. Rather than typing each students entries, I have copied their journals so please check out the photos to read their ...

A golden past

A travel blog entry by choy on Apr 17, 2012

4 photos

The next day our path took us past Fukushima. A major city in the north, but clearly not as packed as the major cities in the south, with fewer highrises and a look similar to the suburbs of those cities. Our destination was the Hiraizumi, once the centre of a mighty empire but now a sleepy village living off the memories of a distant past. One legend even has it, that Ghengis Khan originated from here, after the fall of this ...