Isohara Seaside Hotel

Address: 2550-1 Isohara-cho Isohara, Kitaibaraki, Ibaraki, Kanto, 319-1541, Japan | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel is located in the Isohara Onsen area of Kitaibaraki.
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      Travel Blogs from Kitaibaraki

      East Japan Railway Museum

      A travel blog entry by tbugs1 on Sep 29, 2014

      31 photos

      ... All sorts of dignitaries and reporters were on hand for the unveiling.

      There were all sorts of artefacts and curios from the past 160 years, including the helmet shaped decorations that used to adorn the opening of a tunnel.

      We had 3 hours at the museum, 2 of which was to look around and another hour for lunch. That was probably more than enough time for me.

      We retraced our steps back to Tokyo Station. ...

      And we're back online!

      A travel blog entry by britadam on Mar 03, 2012

      14 photos

      ... upstairs had not been touched since the earthquake (almost a year ago), so we would stay at their house for the night and clean up the next day.
      We did experience our first earthquakes in Japan. During the three weeks we were at the farm we experienced a dozen small earthquakes and tremors. Many of them were small, but a couple woke us up to the house shaking violently. We were able to capture the end of a small one on video which you can ...

      Training!!

      A travel blog entry by lani85 on Jan 11, 2011

      10 photos

      ... with our lovely 1 hr time difference). I still can't believe how well we all get along. They feel like family now.

      Training was intense/ boring/ interesting/ looooong but we got through it. The first weekend we had the sunday to explore so Steve, Geoff and I went to Shinjuku to look around. It's such a cool city, there was this bamboo filled alleyway with trees and greenery just a street away from the main street. The trees blocked out the city noise so it ...

      Further Tokai-mura Adventures

      A travel blog entry by bassalleckj on Oct 29, 2010

      15 photos

      ... roads and pathways winding between them. We didn’t see anything earth-shattering, but some really pretty parks, big beautiful trees and bamboo, and nice quiet temples and shrines. We also rode by an elementary school as it was letting out for the day. It’s always fun to see the kids, be stared at, and have them shout “hello!” practicing their English ...

      Hitachi Seaside Park

      A travel blog entry by bassalleckj on Oct 11, 2010

      17 photos

      ... multipurpose, with an amusement park ("Pleasure Garden"), a big grassy area for picnics and playing ball, flower and herb gardens, cafes, a BMX track for kids, miniature golf, a forest area, ocean view, beach just outside the park boundary, lots of walking paths, and a dedicated 9 km cycle route. Admission is very reasonable (< $5), you can rent bikes, and lots of families were ...