Hotel Mets Kitakami

Address: 1-1-34 Odori, Kitakami, Iwate Prefecture, Tohoku, 024-0061, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 1-1-34 Odori, Kitakami.
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Travel Blogs from Kitakami

A Day With 35 FSS ITT

A travel blog entry by lmkuehnl on Apr 20, 2013

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... little the brilliant colors you see in other places in Japan and especially in Korea. While the exteriors may be plain, the interiors are very, VERY well finished with many beautiful Buddha statues, drums, Samurai statues, etc.


For lunch, we stopped at an automated lunch room where you order your lunch by putting your money in a vending type machine, ...

A golden past

A travel blog entry by choy on Apr 17, 2012

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The next day our path took us past Fukushima. A major city in the north, but clearly not as packed as the major cities in the south, with fewer highrises and a look similar to the suburbs of those cities. Our destination was the Hiraizumi, once the centre of a mighty empire but now a sleepy village living off the memories of a distant past. One legend even has it, that Ghengis Khan originated from here, after the fall of this ...

Why Japan will Overcome this Crisis

A travel blog entry by teachoffthemap on Mar 19, 2011

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... 2009. Again as part of the Ship for World Youth, I was one of twelve lucky Canadians given the opportunity to experience a home-stay visit with a local family in Morioka, capital city of Iwate Prefecture. The area along with Fukushima and Miyagi prefecture, from what I understand were some of the hardest areas hit.

While in Morioka, I had the chance to stay with the Ishigame family enjoying the humor of their two young boys Atsushi and ...

Thoughts on the Train

A travel blog entry by trainsnotplanes on Oct 20, 2010

... lifestyle with clean tatami mats and calming paper screens with diffuse light, the truth is we're far too messy, for too ill-disciplined. Just look at one of our ryokan rooms five minutes after we've arrived. A quiet, tranquil living space has been turned upside down by our presence. Our bags have been foraged through, their contents strewn across every corner. Shirts hang on the backs of chairs, pants from lampshades. Plastic bags of food have been emptied onto ...

Shaman Dancing in the Sun

A travel blog entry by trainsnotplanes on Oct 20, 2010

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I wrote previously about the haystacks; the origami arrangements around vertical poles that stood, so I described, like rows of shaman caught mid-dance. We have just had an opportunity to inspect some of these up close and it transpires that the machine in the fields is not a combine harvester but merely a reaping machine, and the straw stacks still have their ears of ...