Misaki Hitohira

Address: 2-10-39 Banjin, Kashiwazaki, Niigata Prefecture, Chubu, 945-0853, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 2-10-39 Banjin, Kashiwazaki.
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Travel Blogs from Kashiwazaki

Snow shoe trekking and sake cocktails

A travel blog entry by teenza on Feb 08, 2015

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... clear the snow from my shoe and I got a bit bogged and off balance so landed in the snow. Where it is very soft, it was harder but most of the parts we walked were quite ok. Partway through we stopped for a hot drink and a biscuit. Our guide made a seat in the snow and gave us plastic sheets to sit on which kept a tiny bit of the chill out of the bottom. We wandered back around through the trees and out onto some white on white areas. The ...

Up to the mountains

A travel blog entry by teenza on Feb 07, 2015

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... by our host at the train station and taken in his van down the windy snow lined roads to our guesthouse Mont Cervin. It has about 5 rooms and is decorated to look like someone's house, very cosy and most importantly warm. We were able to check in and settle before being taken into town for a meal. We were taken to a recommendation to Udon Fu where I had a tempura with udon soup. Wow ...

Preface

A travel blog entry by gouldy on Nov 12, 2008

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... always remain in my heart. Some memories are distant and some have faded, yet when I cast my mind back to that time its as clear as the rising sun. To see the next entry please follow the link to my brand new site: http://www.memoirsofjapan.com ...

No parrott sketch included

A travel blog entry by ryota on Dec 20, 2007

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On Wednesday night I got back home. At the door was a mound of bags. Upstairs I heard footsteps, soft clasping of thick socks and wooden floor, was definitely my mum's. "What happened?" I asked. She walked downstairs and announced that her father, my grandfather, Ushizo, had passed away earlier the same day, aged 82. She did not look distraught by the death. But she looked stressed. "I am oh so unbelievably busy. Got to sort out ...

Three different Japanese home experiences

A travel blog entry by anderslost on Aug 27, 2006

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... the rice fields around their house. Kurio's parents are rice farmers and have been all their life. It was great to see into that lifestyle and get to learn about how things were, and how they are now. We then headed to Kurio's house to meet his family. On our way back to Phil's place we stopped at his Fujio's house to pick up our passports with the Laos visa inside. Just in time too, because we leave the country ...

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