Hotel Green Mark
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Green Mark Sendai
This hotel is only about a 5 minute walk from the main train station. The neon sign is only in Japanese but the name is written in English on the building when you stand in front of the hotel. We were lucky enough to have GPS on our phones and could read the sign in Japanese but if this isn't the case for you, make sure you print out a map. Once you're on the main street it's only one right turn and one left and it's at the end of the block. The room is the standard size for Japan but might seem small to those not used to it. Everything was very clean and we would definitely stay here again. I also recommend booking a free tour guide from the Gozain Volunteer English group to get the most out of your time in the area.
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WE DID: - took a train from Utsunomiya to Yamagata then a bus to Zao Onsen - used the cable car to get to the top of Mount Zao, explored the peak and went back again - Checked in to our hotel before making our way to Dairotemburo Onsen, a sulphur-laden public bath for a soak amongst nature - an incredible buffet dinner at ...
This is our first layover for a few days. We are hoping to spend a day touring and then a day to tour and enjoy lunch with our friend Yuko. The house that we are staying at is incredibly beautiful. We are up the side of a cliff with lots of stairs and very steep small road up so no worries about getting exercise. The sun ...
... up at the cloudy sky taking photos of the moon. We quickly turned around and stared, but couldn’t see much due to the overcast nature of that night’s overhead view.
Now, however, that blood moon was amazingly beautiful. Once more, I did not take my tourist duty for granted and took pictures, but a phone’s camera is either not designed to take such pictures come out as clearly as I would want them to or I simply don’t know how to work it. Either way, ...
... the Japanese tour guide was talking about. We walked around one of the islands accessible by a small bridge and sat on the cliff enjoying the view. And we read the signs advising where to run (up!) when the next tsunami hits. The next day we were back in Sendai preparing for takeoff, which takes hours of visiting different places in the airport getting papers signed and stamped. And then the next day is actual departure.
... Bay where we could almost not find our hotel, but it was beautifully located on a small hill overlooking the Matsushima bay with the small islands.
We immediately were exploring the island that was accessible by the bridge and to capture some of the pictures when the sun was setting.
The hotel and onsen were really nice and the meal was excellent. All variety of sea food nicely prepared overlooking the bay -- just nice