Hotel Onikobe

Address: 26-17 Naruko-osen Onikobe Azaoshimizu, Osaki, Miyagi Prefecture, Tohoku, 989-6941, Japan | Hotel
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Location

This hotel is located in the Onikoube Onsen area of Osaki.
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Travel Blogs from Osaki

A Day With 35 FSS ITT

A travel blog entry by lmkuehnl on Apr 20, 2013

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... appropriate buttons (pictures of the entrees on the buttons) and then taking the tickets from the machine to the counter where that type of food is prepared. ....or, you can just look like you are confused and the nice Japanese hostess will coming rushing over to help you. I had a great curry pork over buckwheat noodles and a watermelon Fan-ta (yes, they have weird flavors ...

A golden past

A travel blog entry by choy on Apr 17, 2012

4 photos

... the countless buildings across Japan. That's a good thing, as there is very little else left standing in Hiraizumi and the attractions mainly consist of foundation stones marking the locations of once grand buildings. Riding around in the bus covering all the different sites across town, the driver anticipated the boredom of the passengers and started singing old songs about the region. At least that is what the others told us.
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Shaman Dancing in the Sun

A travel blog entry by trainsnotplanes on Oct 20, 2010

7 photos

... of some terrifying anime character. And yet these monsters are not designed to scare people or their little sons and daughters for they are good ogres. Unpredictable and hairy, yes, but good, and their purpose is to scare off some other predator, ward off some other evil. In this sense, as with shaman they are both wild and dangerous but ultimately protective and healing.
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The Day we sped up traveling II

A travel blog entry by mitsukishiroi on Aug 12, 2010

2 comments, 8 photos

... unpaved ground! We hear some groaning and moaning from behind us and up we go! Of course, halfway through our climb, it starts raining a little, then more and by the time we're up the hill and in front of a shrine, it's coming down big time! I dash over to a souvenir shop and purchase two umbrellas so that we can keep walking on!

Needless to say, we're laughing like idiots at this crazy weather! Even though it's raining, it's still around 32 degrees celcius and it's ...

Shirataka means white hawk.

A travel blog entry by livecarefree on Nov 12, 2009

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Shirataka means white hawk in Japanese. I saw many that day by the river.