Okuma

Address: 803-1 Ono Shimonogami, Okuma-machi, Futaba-gun, Fukushima Prefecture, Tohoku, 979-1308, Japan | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on 803-1 Ono Shimonogami, Okuma-machi.
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      Picturesque village of Shakawa-go

      A travel blog entry by chrismcg on Mar 30, 2015

      25 photos

      ... houses fell into disrepair until the government provided grants in 1976, to assist in the maintenance of the villages. This has also helped maintain the local building traditions, and a local preservation society decides on which buildings are in most need and helps organise a "yui", when a 200 strong team work together to thatch a roof in one day. Despite all the help, there are only about some "gassho-zukuri" houses left. In ultra-modern ...

      Nikko and surrounds

      A travel blog entry by chrismcg on Mar 26, 2015

      16 photos

      ... imaginable. The geisha was attended by a couple of less glamorously-dressed girls, although all looked great. There was also an apprentice male.
      Our last show was called a magic water show, where kimono-clad ladies manipulated small water widgets hidden in their fans. With great dexterity, the ladies controlled the water at will, with water emerging from flowers, pots and lights, in what was a very entertaining ...

      And now for something completely different

      A travel blog entry by chrismcg on Mar 24, 2015

      2 comments, 14 photos

      ... 1651. This lovely complex is on a hillside (very high) and surrounded by lovely pine trees.

      At the entrance to the temple, was Omizu-ya, which was donated by a feudal lord, it was very decorative and inside it originally had a painting of a dragon on the ceiling. However, it was hard to distinguish what this was now. This little structure had water and a pail inside and one could wash their hands clean before moving into the temple ...

      With Jess in Nihonmatsu

      A travel blog entry by judeandpete on Apr 28, 2014

      5 photos

      ... bath in a garden setting, very relaxing. After our bath we dressed in Yukatta and went to a private dining room were we had a magnificent meal of about 11 dishes, starting with sushimi and working our way through soups, tasting plates, small cutlets, Mochica and strawberries ( and that's only what I can remember). As the Japanese say it was oishi (delicious) and a great introduction to our ...

      To hell and back...but did meet the angels in hell

      A travel blog entry by thelonetrekker on Oct 22, 2012

      18 photos

      ... traffic was
      prohibited. We could see special vehicles with shaded windows heading towards
      the Fukushima-Daichii nuclear reactor. We went to the sea side, deserted
      village, a Buddha statue in the lobby of a damaged house , the flora and fauna
      oblivious to the risk of being in the ...