Hotel National

Address: 159 Eiraku Onsencho, Tottori, Tottori, Chugoku, 680-0834, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel is located in the Tottori Onsen area of Tottori.
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Travel Blogs from Tottori

Zen At Work

A travel blog entry by markkacik on May 26, 2014

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... round, cutting wood for heat, and building storage barns and such. The youthful crowd and energetic activities give it a “Dude Ranch” or farm hand sort of feel with a strong dose of hard-core Zen. I do mean hard core....the web page warns to know why you are coming here because “Nobody will wipe your ass for you”. The setting is just awesome, the practice quite demanding, and again I've had the fortune to meet some exceptional human beings.


Crossing Japan Country-side

A travel blog entry by markkacik on May 25, 2014

6 photos

Rich green rice paddies, a rich variety of mountain panoramas, tiny towns with crystal clear mountain brooks, traditional tiled roof/ bamboo slat houses, river-bridge views of modern, organized and clean cities – traveling by rail in Japan gives a sampling-platter of Japanese life. The cutting-edge bullet train feels like a rocket ship, but the local trains that slice through the ...

Sand in my shoes and other places

A travel blog entry by worthj1970 on Jul 27, 2010

... vending machine. I've never seen milk in a vending machine and I A) wanted to know how the vending machine would dispense the milk, and B) wanted to know how it tasted. I love milk. I can drink it at any time, with or without food. After working out I want milk. After mowing the yard - milk. It's a natural energy drink. So I bought milk. Here's what I learned. A) the vending machine is essentially a refrigerator, and the front door opens and you take out a milk (which has a ...

Tottori Sand Dunes & Sand Museum

A travel blog entry by misocutlet on Jan 02, 2010

22 photos

... I thought I was lucky, but I noticed my scarf was missing after a while. I should have gone back to the bus station right off. However, I thought the scarf would be kept in the lost and found of the station and didn't go back. Come to think of it, I was so stupid. Anyway, I reached the sand dunes in 15 minutes.

The first impression was great, although the dunes were covered with snow, but I ...

Totally Tottori

A travel blog entry by jon-daniella on Jun 22, 2008

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... back to the bus stop (where we had an 1 hour wait to get back into town). At the bus stop , there was a shop selling all types of local foodstuffs (which you can try if you are hungry), these are very common in Japan. We were hungry so to fill our stomachs we pretended we were interested in each product, but bought none! In the evening , we found the only restaurant in town ...