Travel Blogs from Myoko
... br> We had heard about this so called onsen from past visitors but we really werent exactly sure what to expect. An onsen is a public bath where you sit at little vanities to bathe. After you have washed your hair/soaped up and rinsed off, you get to induldge in a 5 star assortment of jacuzzi baths. One of them had bubbles and jets, another had still water with hard streams coming down from two shower heads, it felt great on my neck and head. Another one had two chairs where ...
... The sheet music the recreated themselves so that it was color coded to the bells so that you knew which bell to play when! I wish all sight reading was that easy.
After bells it was dessert time. We had this cornstarch/water/sugar paste covered in different items like red beans, sesame seeds, and what looked like grounded gramcrackers. It was another chewy texture and semi sweet.
Spent the rest of the ...
I really am not...how do I put this....geographically aware. On the bus, I had a note to show the driver of which stop that I needed to get off at, but for some reason he was not certain of what my note said. I paniced. I sat down and though of how i was going to get word out that I had no idea in god`s name where I was going. I have learned some Japanese phrases since I have been here, so I put those to the test. Moments later, all my fears ...
... out time. They love stickers and kind of mobbed us for more. They talk loudly at you and are touching you. It can be a bit intense. We also went to a calligraphy class. We learned how to write the character for 'growth’. The second character I’ve made since being here! The other one was ‘Japan’! We stayed at school for the club activity of "Japanese ...
... to school with an assembly and a beautiful welcome card. We went to a class where we work on table/eating etiquette and how to use chopsticks. We stayed after school for one of the club activities. It was called “old time games” we played with the Kendama (played with it before and saw a demo, We also got one from the school from Monday) and then bubbles. Max would ...
Other places to stay in Myoko
Akakura Onsen, Myoko | Hotelfrom $86
Akakura Onsen, Myoko | Hotelfrom $128
Akakura Onsen, Myoko | Hotelfrom $161
120-8 Inoyama, Myoko | Hotelfrom $76
Akakura Onsen, Myoko | Hotelfrom $115
1435-1 Taguchi, Myoko | Hotelfrom $179
Akakura Onsen, Myoko | Hotelfrom $105
4-11-18 Yanaidacho, Myoko | Hotelfrom $61
Akakura Onsen, Myoko | Hotelfrom $111