Maizuru Fujitsu Onsen

Address: 1611 Miyagaya, Kamifukui, Maizuru, Kyoto Prefecture, Kinki, 624-0951, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 1611 Miyagaya, Kamifukui, Maizuru.
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Travel Blogs from Maizuru

Mihama wa doko?

A travel blog entry by skoga on Nov 02, 2010

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Bacon...I smell bacon! some of you know the bacon rule: Bacon, only on Thursday and only when traveling. Heck 1 out of 2…My uncle loves American bacon and butter. I did not think they were gonna serve some to me! But since they were so gracious, how could I say no?

Today looks like a good morning for a walk down by the ocean. Maigo naranai yoni…Mihama is right by the ocean. When I was young Kiyokazu, Tsuyoshi and I used to go ...

A Soapy Tale

A travel blog entry by jill-cam on Feb 04, 2008

8 comments, 1 photo

... culture, no one even cracked a smile. This reminds me that I also could hear the men's side each night, and one thing that seems to transcend all cultures is that men are gross. They made gagging, snorting and burping sounds all night. And smoked. My last night to the public bath house I really wanted to take a photo. Unfortunately, none of the women using it that night spoke even a little English. I thought I would have a bath first then hopefully ...

Dec 26th

A travel blog entry by nataliehb on Dec 26, 2007

28 photos

... the Pokemon ride in the kiddie playand area, we left by going down a different set of elevators. We found that we had crossed over into the even-more upscale side side of Takashimaya - think DeBeers, Cartiers, Tiffany's of all, we found a section with traditional Japanese cultural arts, ranging from the affordable (surprisingly) to the very, very expensive. There was also a section dedicated to kimonos/obis ...

Hiroshimas Anniversary of the Worlds First A Bomb

A travel blog entry by emmaireland on Aug 06, 2007

4 photos

... them. Citizens were told to fight, fight, fight to the death: it was better to die honourably for the Emperor and Japan than surrender. It was more honourable to die than be captured too. There were rumours (I don't know how true) that if the foreign devils caught them, they would do unspeakable things to their captives, especially women and children. In 1945 the Allies had occupied parts of Japan, but citizens were committing suicide ...

A little deeper in the Zen

A travel blog entry by worldtaste on Jun 16, 2007

30 photos

... and peacefully view of this temple: you make a step further in the Zen culture or at least you understand a little more. In the evening, I went to see a concert of Irish live music where some Japaneses (Irish minded) that I meet the day before where playing: they where not professional but the feeling was ...