Hotel Midori Iwaki Ueda

Address: 1-6-9 Chuo Uedamachi, Iwaki, Fukushima, Tohoku, 974-8261, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 1-6-9 Chuo Uedamachi, Iwaki.
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Travel Blogs from Iwaki

And we're back online!

A travel blog entry by britadam on Mar 03, 2012

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Today we finished our work placement at the potato farm, possibly the only place in Japan without internet access. We are both pretty happy to be sitting in a clean and comfortable hotel room.
We arrived in Hitachiota on the 13th of February. Shortly after arriving, Toshika, our host, came to pick us up at the station. She took us back to the farm shop where she prepared a wild boar curry and rice. The wild boar had just been trapped the previous ...

Fukuroda Falls and the Hananuki Valley

A travel blog entry by bassalleckj on Nov 09, 2007

9 photos

... people. The Hananuki "Glen" was really nice - a beautiful stream through deciduous forest, camping and hiking spots. It reminded me of a wetter version of portions along the Gila river in New Mexico where we used to camp when I was a kid. It was a great day. We were really glad we had gotten out, as it did rain over the weekend, and it was our last chance to get out and really enjoy the countryside. Next time we're in Japan, we're determined to get a ...

Kita Ibaraki & Izura Coast

A travel blog entry by bassalleckj on Sep 22, 2007

1 comment, 6 photos

Last Saturday (9/22) we went to the pacific coast northwest of here, at the northern tip of Ibaraki prefecture. It took us a little over an hour to get there via the Joban Expressway. These are beautiful highways, with very little traffic that morning (we did run into traffic on Sunday evening heading back into Tokyo). The catch is that they're AMAZINGLY expensive. It cost ...

Transfer in Iwaki

A travel blog entry by erincastillo on Mar 10, 2007

Ok, so, 26 hours straight of local trains was a little too much. My stomach and head are both hurting, and I am ready to get there. I will never ride local trains for 26 hours straight again. But I do have all of the announcements in Japanese memorized. That's one way to learn ...

Less than a month

A travel blog entry by ewie on Dec 16, 2000

... Mary's back in Melbourne now.. She left Thursday morning.. Cathy leaves on Sun.. so her farewell is at Anatolia.. Will be my second to last time.. I should think.. Damn I'm gonna miss that place. Yesterday I was meeting Cathy and I was so involved in an email I was writing to my dad I forgot to get off at my stop LOL.. Luckily I was only one stop from where I had to change trains so I went back.. Oh Okay I should make it to work no ...