Hotel Tokinoza

Address: 3043-4 Higashinagashima, Kiinagashima-ku, Kihoku-cho, Kitamuro-gun, Mie Prefecture, Kinki, 519-3204, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 3043-4 Higashinagashima, Kiinagashima-ku, Kihoku-cho.
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    Travel Blogs from Kihoku-cho

    Ise Jingu and the Ise Ebi Matsuri

    A travel blog entry by ly.lutes on Jun 01, 2013

    2 comments, 29 photos

    ... sample), and ate ice cream from a locally run convenience store. As we walked, it became blatantly obvious that this town does not get very many foreigners. Many people looked right at me and said, in Japanese of course, "What? She has blonde hair?!" and the kids just stared.

    We hung out at Toshimi-san's until around 7pm, then we went out to see the festival parade. But, by the time we got there, it had not started yet, so we went to look at the festival food ...

    Shimo-Kitazawa

    A travel blog entry by jacks____ on Apr 29, 2013

    Slept the best in 5 days. I have finally relaxed after settling in and getting the hang of everything. Again vegemite on toast for breakfast. Shower is tiny and very hard to move around. We spent the day in Shimo-Kitazawa whine was just 1 station from their house. It is a small hippy town with a lot of vintage secondhand shops. Very cute and a nice way to spend the day. We had lunch at a sandwich shop ...

    Finally - tourism

    A travel blog entry by b-h-ontour on Mar 20, 2012

    1 comment, 24 photos

    Karen came to the hotel and brought us breakfast. We, then headed back to her apartment to collect her Koto and go to her last Koto lesson. Talk about dedication. We traveled quite a way by train (past Fushimi) and then walked a good distance with this 6 foot long tree trunk. We got to met her Koto sensei and her sensei's husband (who Karen said she'd never seen before!). They treated us ...

    Mount Odaigahara, Nara

    A travel blog entry by misocutlet on Oct 23, 2011

    27 photos

    ... mountain, I didn't care much about less autumn leaves at the time.

    The next stop was Masaki-ga-Hara, which had brought me to Odaigahara. At the entrance of the field, there were a couple of wooden benches and I had lunch there, worrying about weather. The field of withered spruce looked artistic, so I took so many pictures in the field, walking on the boardwalk. Come to think of it, it is sad that the rustic field was caused by an automobile pollution.

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    10,000 Fireworks!

    A travel blog entry by zachandchelsa on Aug 17, 2011

    21 photos

    ... and ate snacks and hung out with our friends until the show started. There was an announcer for the show, telling the crowd who or what company had paid and donated each firework show. I learned that many families who had lost a family member in the year usually pay for part of the show as homage to their lost loved one. There were cruise ships lining the bay where they could see the show from the water. There were fireworks in the shapes of fruits and vegetables, cartoon characters ...