Hotel Turu 2 Gokan

40-32 Showamachi, Izumi, Kagoshima Prefecture, Kyushu-Okinawa, 899-0202, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 40-32 Showamachi, Izumi.
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Travel Blogs from Izumi

Old trains and steam engines

A travel blog entry by tbugs1 on Oct 06, 2014

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... next carriage must have been first class as it looked more plush than ours. Some of the tour members managed to score those seats.

We stopped at several stations where the locals had put out stalls selling various local food or handiwork. The train only stayed for 5 to 8 minutes, so that was the only time they had to sell their produce. I ended up buying some vegetable tempura at one stop and steamed chestnuts at ...

Matsushima and back to Tokyo

A travel blog entry by nrdegay on Apr 19, 2013

... as not going back to hotel.Yoshika asked bayside restaurant to store it which they did,accepted and retrieved with much bowing and smiling. In Matsushima Yoshika had arranged for local businessman to talk to us about how Tsunami had affected them.They got off relatively lightly and we saw pics of damage and saw reconstructed ...

Kirishima: Plan B it is

A travel blog entry by mchao on Jul 16, 2011

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Enjoying nature in Japan means having awe for both the natural forces, but also the lengths that the locals go to try to control the land--the rivers are dammed to prevent flooding; trails are kept clean and well marked; timings are made to facilitate each of making transport connections. All works well in theory. And then nature strikes back, and Kirishima is a prime example.

The draw of Kirishima park is the presence of a long ...

Yakushima 4.5: Last gasp

A travel blog entry by mchao on Jul 15, 2011

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... can continue on to meet up with the Arakawa trail or divert up another 10 to 15 minutes to Taiko Iwa, a giant boulder on top of the pass that overlooks the Kusugawa valley. I didn’t know this at the time of the hike, but since I had covered the trail quickly, I decided to go and see the rock, fully expecting it to be some giant moss covered thing.

Instead, after climbing up a narrow trail, using thin tree trunks as handholds, you reach ...

Matsushima in the morning hutto at night...

A travel blog entry by shirbil on Sep 24, 2010

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... that the local dish is hutto...we thought about hot things on that moment so we went to the restaurant to try it!!! wow you wont believe it.the place was huge with many low japanese style tables on tatami rags the hutto is a thick flat noodle miso stew with a lot of sweet potatos, pumpkin, potatoes, pees and mushrooms. they serve it in iron hot pot. it was cold outside but the hutto warmed us..wow it was so good!!


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