Izumiya

Address: 2-4-26 Tokiwacho, Mito, Ibaraki, Kanto, 310-0033, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 2-4-26 Tokiwacho, Mito, is near Kairakuen Park.
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Travel Blogs from Mito

East Japan Railway Museum

A travel blog entry by tbugs1 on Sep 29, 2014

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We had an early breakfast with Lynne and John before meeting up with the rest of the group at Shinagwa station at 8.45am. We caught the local train to Tokyo Station and then the shinkansen to Omiya Station 23 minutes away. At the station, we caught a shuttle to the museum. The shuttle runs on rubber wheels. The nearby residents were complaining that the noise from the soon to be train would be too loud and that the town would be ...

Tsukuba

A travel blog entry by sylvie.abrams on Aug 01, 2013

Final preps done and just relaxing today. Marc giving his last seminar. They are giving us a goodbye party this evening and heading home tomorrow. What a summer it has been and life changing too. I am now a Chiari Brain Surgery survivor, my year anniversary is tomorrow. I did it!!!!! Yeah. If I can conquer this I can conquer ANYTHING!!! Thank you Japan for giving me guidance, strength, courage, kindness and so much more. You will always have a special place in my ...

Day trip to Tokyo

A travel blog entry by sylvie.abrams on Jul 31, 2013

... Stone carvings. We then proceeded to the Emperor's Castle. The grounds were very nice and even saw a few swans too. We walked around some old sections of Tokyo which I really enjoyed as well as seeing another Temple. I was an extremely hot day and we were getting tired and decided to head back before rush hour. We truly enjoyed our last excursion in Japan and it was a memorable ...

ME day and getting ready to go home

A travel blog entry by sylvie.abrams on Jul 30, 2013

... so very nice of him and we tried one before dinner and it was very good. Later our host dropped of two speciality single cakes and two fruit bars from the shop her daughter works. One cake was chocolate with cherry on top and the other vanilla cream with chocolate. What a nice surprise. I can't begin to describe the hospitality and kindness of the Japanese people. They are truly special people. They will always have a special place in our hearts for the Japanese people and the ...

Mid-year exchange ramblings

A travel blog entry by erinscott on Jul 29, 2013

*WARNING: Post may contain a large amount of philosophical wishy-washy talk (nothing overly exciting has happened this week!). Proceed with caution!


When I initially arrived in Tsukuba in December of last year I was determined to incorporate as much Japanese language practice into my student exchange as possible. The master plan was to constantly expose myself to native language usage in an attempt to maximise the gains in my Japanese proficiency. And for about 3 ...