Hotel Kyubei

3-34 O-machi, Shinjo, Yamagata Prefecture, Tohoku, 996-0026, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 3-34 O-machi, Shinjo.
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Travel Blogs from Shinjo

Shirataka means white hawk.

A travel blog entry by livecarefree on Nov 12, 2009

... to these flavors, I absolutely appreciated the warmth, lightness and filling aspect of this breakfast. The room in the apartment smelled like hay. The traditional tatami mats were still green. When I went to the toilet for the first time in Japan, I thought I was taking off to the moon on a space shuttle. The seat was pre-heated, and a panel of buttons and lights blinking were at my disposition on both sides. I was curious but ...


A travel blog entry by staceyashton on Sep 22, 2009

It's about a 5 minutes walk from the carpark to the hotels. The foot bath is on the left as you arrive. The silver mine is also on the left at the end of the row of hotels and the waterfall is just a little farther. There isn't really much to do here, allow 30min to take some photos and use the foot bath, one hour if visiting an ...

Killin' time

A travel blog entry by allmystrings on Jul 16, 2009

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... keeper/announcer/photographer/kid who really doesn't like baseball. Despite a lop-sided start, the game quickly became quite competitive, with one team always close on the heels of the other. After nine innings, the score was Lucas, Tyler, Rob 39 - Satoshi, Yusuke, Garrett 38.
We checked our watches. Three more hours. yikes.
We shouldered our packs and humped ...

Haguro-san and Naruko Onsen: climbing and bathing

A travel blog entry by mchao on Apr 21, 2009

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Up early again to catch the damn bus to Haguro-san, one of three holy mountains the area. Only Haguro is open now as the other two, which are four times taller, are covered in snow. The bus ride is uneventful except for a kid who was very lively--genki. He asked everyone where they were from. He was distinctly unimpressed by my coming from the US, as his English teacher is from the US. I'm betting JET, but you never know. Either way ...

Transfer in Shinjo

A travel blog entry by erincastillo on Mar 10, 2007

I had a 75 minute transfer in Shinjo where there just happened to be a festival at the train station today. They had tons of food stalls where I got some food, and one vendor who was cooking live fish on a stick gave me one for free! This was a fun transfer and broke up some of the monotony of riding the local trains ...

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