Hotel Onikobe

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

    10 photos

    ... with it's "Golden Temple" and boat ride down a picturesque gorge.

    The Hiraizumi area has quite a few shrines and is known as one of Japans heritage areas mostly because of the Chusonji Temple (sorry, no pictures allowed). It is known as the Golden Pavilion and dates back to 850 AD and is a Buddhist Temple that is nearly completely covered with gold ...

    A golden past

    A travel blog entry by choy on Apr 17, 2012

    4 photos

    ... br> Hiraizumi is said to once have been the home of a beautiful capital, of which little remain. Most of the town is built around the ruins that are still there. Inside the Chuson-ji, the crown of capital still stands, the Konjikido Golden Hall, a hall entirely covered in gold and mother of pearl. It is considered one of the most elaborately decorated buildings and it is hard to argue against that. The hall really stands ...

    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.

    The Day we sped up traveling II

    A travel blog entry by mitsukishiroi on Aug 12, 2010

    2 comments, 8 photos

    ... only to find nothing there!

    It's just grass and dirt! Kimberley is laughing her ass off, Jordy is silent and I'm apologizing several times through tears of laughter. Seeing as the bus won't pass for another 30 minutes, we start walking through the deserted city (it is a thursday? Where is everybody?!) back to the station.

    When we arrive there, the Loopbus is there still, as is it's driver. As he drives past us, we smile and wave and he waves back!

    We ...

    Shirataka means white hawk.

    A travel blog entry by livecarefree on Nov 12, 2009

    ... br style="padding-top: 0px; padding-right: 0px; padding-bottom: 0px; padding-left: 0px; margin-top: 0px; margin-right: 0px; margin-bottom: 0px; margin-left: 0px; ">The next day I decided to explore the surroundings. I borrowed a bike, bundled up with many layers of clothes, the air was brutally cold. I went for a couple of miles out of the village. Riding was much easier than anticipated, there were no traffic, and everybody was polite on the ...