Hotel Ishibashi

2-58 Nakamachi, Aizuwakamatsu, Fukushima, Tohoku, 965-0878, Japan | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Aizuwakamatsu

Exploring Nihonmatsu

A travel blog entry by judeandpete

5

... few businesses have credit card or EFTPOS facilities. Jess drove us up to Nihonmatsu castle, which is set high above the city. It is In ruins but the site is beautiful, with running streams and ponds. This is a major viewing place for cherry blossom but the cherry blossom was finished. What remains of the castle walls is impressive. We climbed a few thousand steps to get to the ...

Sendai and Matsushima

A travel blog entry by judeandpete

4

... and had an interesting mix of food, including beef tongue and Sendai Yuki soba. It was really good. The Shinkansen were running again so we caught one to Koriyama and the local train back to home. It was interesting seeing the high school students one their way home at around 8:30pm. They have a long day with school and club activities. I gave expression to my inner Japanese and dozed off. I think Jess has the ...

Meet the Colleagues

A travel blog entry by judeandpete

... from Namie and has been re-established in Nihonmatsu. The speciality of the house is Yakisoba. The chef won the national competition for Yakisoba last year. It was pretty damn good. Jess took us to a night spot called "Dream". Dream is located in the red light district of Nihonmatsu. Yes they do have one apparently. We were looked after by the owner, a 76 year old woman, who served us beer and Sake. We had a good conversation with her before retiring to our Ryokan for the ...

Trip to Ainu

A travel blog entry by judeandpete

3

... out the women's bath. After breakfast we took a drive to Ainu, a city in the west of the prefecture, were we visited Tsuruga-Jo. This is a reconstructed castle that was nearly destroyed in the civil war in 1832. The castle is now a museum and tells the story of the people who lived there, including a young woman who had the Samurai spirit and cut her pair short to join the fighting when the castle was besieged by the emperor's army. She survived the battle and ...

Samurai's secrets

A travel blog entry by lucieandiuri

166

Walking all around this town yesterday, about 10km walk in total, with various historical sights mainly about the young samurai's that committed mass suicide here at the time of the civil war (1868). Also quite impressive is the Tsuruga-jo castle, totally destroyed but rebuilt for us to visit.

Also saw my first Japanese albino! And a wild deer, ...

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This hotel, located on 2-58 Nakamachi, Aizuwakamatsu, is near Oyakuen Garden.
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