Hotel Yuqesta Asahibashi

Address: 5-19 Higashimachi, Naha, Okinawa, Kyushu-Okinawa, 900-0034, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 5-19 Higashimachi, Naha, is near Shuri Castle, Okinawa Peace Memorial Park, Tsuboya, and Zuisen Shujo.
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    Travel Blogs from Naha

    Wahnsinn: Wir sind in Japan!

    A travel blog entry by bozi.u.andreas on Jun 23, 2013

    1 comment, 5 photos

    Darauf haben wir ja lange gewartet. Heute hatten wir dann endlich das passende Wetter. Der Zyklon über den Philippinen hat sich Richtung Hainan verzogen und wir haben endlich freie Bahn. Da wir heute 2 Etappen vor uns haben, geht es ganz früh los. Um 4:30 rufe ich bei Bozi an, er ist natürlich auch schon im gange. Es gibt an der Rezeption nur ein " …

    Vivid. Intricate. Lavish. Dazzling. Kimono.

    A travel blog entry by americangeisha on Jun 29, 2015

    1 comment, 7 photos

    ... my friends and me to wear some of her silk Kimono when we visited her home for a Tea Ceremony lesson. I feel extremely fortunate to have been given that chance! I may never have that chance again.

    One of my goals here in Japan is to see and wear any type of Kimono at every chance that presents itself! I have a sincere aim to buy an authentic Kimono and obi that will always remind me of my time here, and the striking, lavish and vivid beauty of the tradition in Japan. ...

    Aka-Gumi, Ao-Gumi, Shiro-Gumi, Fighto! Ganbatte!

    A travel blog entry by americangeisha on Jun 07, 2015

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... this day, and all the students I think shared in the happiness that they all had really done their best.

    Finally, the students finished off with the synchronized stretching, although this time, very much to my amusement, they played the radio taiso in English. I couldn't get through it without laughing at the "Barney" the dinosaur type voice saying "Fantastic! Now right arm up, and twist and down! Wonderful!"

    Otsukaresama deshita my hard working students! You're all winners in my book.


    Chapter Twenty

    A travel blog entry by luggagesbitch on May 31, 2015

    5 photos

    ... I was too lazy/sick to pedal. It turned out to be a wise decision. I could have taken the bus and saved some money, but this was more fun. It's only 50 cc, and tops out at 59 km/h downhill. I tried numerous times to hit 60 km/h. There are some wonderfully twisty roads here. It felt nice to be on two wheels again. The wind felt great. I went to Aharen Beach first and it had more people on it than the one yesterday, as it was even bigger and ...

    Exploring Cape Hedo and rebreather training

    A travel blog entry by dweinstein on May 31, 2015

    95 photos

    ... is no fun outdoor activities to do (it should end soon though and then get VERY HOT I am told). Also, I have had my dive training so there are some weekends where I can not do anything anyways, or need the time to catch up on other work. Still, I only really know the people in my lab so when they don't go out, my options are limited. It is just odd to me that the graduate students here don't seem to drink much at all. At RSMAS, ...