Richmond Hotel Akita Ekimae
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... we arrived at Iwadate I was the only person who exited the train. Hmm, maybe it wasn't wise to select the town solely on its location... The station master was just as surprised as me, but for him it was probably because he didn't expect any visitors at all. So I immediately knew it could get difficult to fill my time there. Not that I had much choice, because the only three trains going back to Akita that day would leave in 1, 6 and 8 hours respectively. One hour was ...
... we were treated to lovely views of forests, snowy mountains and pretty rivers with blue rapids. When we arrived it was around noon so we headed straight to the river which was supposed to be lined with the sakura for our picnic. Unfortunately we were just three days too late for the bloom. We were a little disappointed but it was still very pretty by the river and on the way we had seen some trees in town that still had pink flowers. We decided to have our picnic by the river as planned ...
... sue if nighttime fireworks have them....because you can't see them in the dark.
The Japanese are so VERY orderly and rule following. With 600,000+ people attending, the locals set-up an elaborate maze of raise scaffolding with plywood decking marked off in squares. For those attending who don't simply want to claim a spot on the grass along river bank, you pay for a spot on ...
... Hakodate, There the tunnel back to Aomori and from here with Shinkansen into the mountains of Kakunodate
And it started to rain heavily and we took a cab who brought us to our hotel. Arriving at 2000 we had dinner in the restaurant, went to the Onsen which was a very nice and big one an then to bed - tired
... cold (12 degrees) And Akita isn't any better although luckily the rain stayed away today and I was able to look around without getting wet.
I am certainly not on a backpacker trail here. Even to the extent there are no hostels. I had to get a hotel room ( 2 star ) and pay a little more than hostel dorm prices. The 2 star here though is pretty good so I am not complaining ( too much)
Akita is quite a big city but ...