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

Disembarking the ship

A travel blog entry by foxiii on Oct 16, 2014

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Leaving the ship this morning parting ways with new friends and I am off to Osaka for one night before heading home. Well my last 3 days on board alone didn't really turn out to be alone that much :o) Besides all the crew looking after me I met some other nice people. I have been invited by a lovely couple from Canada to come visit either city, beach or snow. Another couple from Cars Park in Sydney who have a lovely ...

Taifu dayo!

A travel blog entry by skoga on Nov 01, 2010

11 photos

... one of those conveyor belt places. The fish in Japan is so good. I have to say the coolest thing was when we asked for the check, the young lady brings this hand held device stacks the plates and it computes the bill. There are radio frequency chips imbedded in the plates. The handheld counts the plates by color. We take a winding road back from Tsuruga, we stop to buy fish for dinner.

When we return from Tsuruga, it looked like the ...

Dec 27th

A travel blog entry by nataliehb on Dec 27, 2007

13 photos

... fixing the ringer for Japan's largest bell. There was a man straddling the ringer making it look rather phallic. the monk ringing the bell. Chonin-ji, being the last ones out of temple grounds and the guard allowing me to use the facilities. The monks at the top of Sanmon Gate Then we walked back through Pontocho alley, took our last baths and a nap. We forced ourselves to get up to have dinner and see Goin and Pontocho alley at ...

Takayama-Hida

A travel blog entry by wa2y2d on Aug 16, 2007

1 comment, 26 photos

... They worked as carpenters and builders, building palaces, gates, and temples in the capital. Great numbers of Hida's artisans landed up building the greatest and most famous temples in the capital. The artisans returned to Hida and used these skills to build Hida's ancient temples. The technique of Hida's artisans lives on even now in this area in traditional arts and crafts. The town still preserves the feeling of a castle town. It has one of the most ...

Hiroshimas Anniversary of the Worlds First A Bomb

A travel blog entry by emmaireland on Aug 06, 2007

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... or clearly see who`s alive and who`s dead, that this message hits home. So 200,000 is a huge figure. But it didn't stop there - countless thousands more people suffered from what was called A bomb plague. They began losing hair, blood spots appeared over their faces and they died. Or they developed luekemia or another form of cancer and died. Doctors at the time tried giving patients vitamin A shots - the skin around the holes where ...