Hotel Route Inn Iwaki Ekimae

4-22-3 Taira, Iwaki, Fukushima, Tohoku, 970-8026, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 4-22-3 Taira, Iwaki.
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Travel Blogs from Iwaki

Really- Ohkuma (Ohno, BigBear), Yoshida Big Fun!

A travel blog entry by burrowsfamily on Jul 01, 2010

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Visit with the Yoshida family and stay in a 150year old Japanese farm house by the Pacific Ocean with 4 generations. Nobuo and I worked together in 1992 at Futaba High School. His 99 year old father was also an English teacher and still speaks and writes it ...

Fukuroda Falls and the Hananuki Valley

A travel blog entry by bassalleckj on Nov 09, 2007

9 photos

... and some better maps. There are lots of beautiful places to hike in Japan ... most are quite steep, but not all. Note: I'll add photos when I get a chance. I no longer have my computer, and this one doesn:t have a DVD drive (and that's where my photos are). Besides, this keyboard is killing me, and I'm having trouble with everything from sending emails to editing Word documents. It doesn't help at all that the menu choices and error messages are all in ...

Kita Ibaraki & Izura Coast

A travel blog entry by bassalleckj on Sep 22, 2007

1 comment, 6 photos

... in CA, but I wouldn't go quite that far. There are some pretty steep, eroded cliffs, and narrow coves - quite picturesque with cypress trees growing on top of them. A famous Japanese artist, Okakura Tenshin (I've never heard of him before) was from here. The Tenshin Memorial Museum of Art sits perched up on a high point of the cliffs with a nice view overlooking the ...

Temple Overload

A travel blog entry by hodge on May 08, 2007

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... Kyoto....the ony difference I suppose is the mountain back drop with its snow covering, although It was bloody hot walking around!!! The temples are pretty cool too, so didnt want the fact that they were similar to put me off.....in fact one shrine Taiyuin-Ryo was pretty damn impressive. I took again a good train on the way back, this was a fairly good price and really puts what we ...

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 ...

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