Onjuku Umino Hotel

Address: 2163 Hama, Onjuku-machi, Isumi-gun, Chiba Prefecture, Kanto, 299-5107, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 2163 Hama, Onjuku-machi.
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    Travel Blogs from Onjuku-machi

    Festival time out in the countryside

    A travel blog entry by erinscott on Jul 23, 2013

    11 photos

    ... shrine-like thing propped up on massive wooden arms). The people from each area gather together and carry their shrine around the local streets, chanting and cheering the entire time as it bobs up and down on everyone's shoulders. The shrine is preceded by a trailer with a whole lot of local children playing taiko drums and playing flutes, and there is also a mini version of the big portable shrine that is being walked around by local primary school kids. ...

    Beach Day

    A travel blog entry by gadelle on Jul 27, 2012

    17 photos

    ... he stopped the bus and followed us out to make sure that we knew to look on the "Saturdays and Holidays" side of the schedule at the bus stop, since it was Sunday.

    As the weather was so cool, the beach was rather empty. We set out our things, tossed the frisbee around for a while, and then Kimberly, Lindsay and I ran into the water. Ran in, because that's the best way to get used to the cold. Max and Ayumi stayed with our things, ...

    Natural/Nuclear Disaster Update

    A travel blog entry by benderson8 on Mar 15, 2011

    3 comments, 3 photos

    ... mass, size, and speed. Taking that information into consideration, the approximate death toll at this point is 20,000 fatalities. In 2004, it exceeded 200,000. I realize it’s comparing apples to oranges from the standpoint that I’m comparing a developed nation versus developing nations, but still that is a massive disparity in casualties, and for the scale of this disaster, Japan’s preparatory measures, and response systems ...

    Elementary Schools

    A travel blog entry by benderson8 on Feb 01, 2011

    23 photos

    ... around the classroom, I consider it a success. However, I really only teach the younger grades special occasion lessons (holidays) which are the most fun anyway. For example, on the day that I taught a Halloween lesson, I taught 8 classes to 1st-3rd graders at my two schools. I dressed up in an Elmo Costume, threw some scary décor on the chalk board, held up pictures to describe Halloween, and asked the students to act like whatever was on the ...

    Introduction to My Experience as an ALT in Japan

    A travel blog entry by benderson8 on Oct 14, 2010

    7 comments, 15 photos

    ... who don't know, I'll start with my living situation in Japan. I am living in Togane, Japan, which is in the Chiba Prefecture on the main island of Honshu

    MY PLACEMENT: Togane City has been an ideal location for me thus far. It is a city of approximately 60,000 people, located 1 hour east of Tokyo by train or bus. Although the city has a decent sized population, it has a largely rural feel to it. There is ...