Hotel Inn Sakata
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Photos of Hotel Inn Sakata
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Inn Sakata
Travel Blogs from Sakata
... It was amazing! There was a store in the restaurant. On display were these cherry mochi and they had marshmallow in then middle and a cherry jam there too. Liana and i both forgot our money so Matt and joAnne had to buy for us.
Then, we went to an after school program. All the little kids there were so happy and excited. One became really attached to me and held my hand everywhere we went. Paloma and Miles kept calling her my best friend. I had a pack of 3 or ...
JoAnne was telling us that there was an earthquake at 4:15 am and that's when I woke up. Liana and I think I felt it and got up.
When we got to the candle making store, we went in and chose our candles. I got 2 more modern day ones shaped in a ball and painted them. Liana and I had a war trying to make our water prettier than the others. I obviously won. I think...
When we left Paloma was seeing if anyone has a six pack, ...
... then took me into the room attached to the main house. The steep steps were waxed and I was afraid I was going to slip. I didn't but when I got up there, the mom told me that was where Adryan and Jack slept. She didn't want me there because she thought I would get scared.
She pulled out many photo albums. They were all of her wedding. They wore 3 different outfits at each part of the ceremony. She wore 2 different kimonos and then a traditional ...
... out of water.
Another group of younger kids was walking up it too, and some lady was passing out water and cold to them only. It was frustrating. We then saw Jack eating food. Liana and I wandered over to him and asked where he got it. The host dad then bought 3: one for me, liana and Carlene. It was good, but the texture was squishy and rubbery. I'm pretty sure it was just soy sauce baked into a round ball. They came on a stick of 3 each and I ate all of ...
... was a horrible country. He said 6/10 of the most deadliest snakes live there and it was just a really dangerous place to live.
Finally,we had one more class with more students learning English. We once again introduced ourselves our languages and were asked questions by the students. One asked what was our favorite food and Lainie told them really seriously, Rice Balls. I cracked up and laughed so hard I started crying. I don't know why but she just was ...