Rikuchu-Kaigan Grand Hotel

Address: 1-2-3 Minato-machi, Kamaishi, Iwate Prefecture, Tohoku, 026-0011, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 1-2-3 Minato-machi, Kamaishi.
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Travel Blogs from Kamaishi

Heading Home

A travel blog entry by lastonestanding on Aug 16, 2011

... sword, about as close as I could get to the real thing. (I love this sort of stuff, what can I say?)

After Asakusa, Mr. Sasaki and Mrs. Sasaki dropped us off at the airport quite early, so we had lots of time to kill. From there, we checked in and split up, where I got a few interesting Japanese snacks to bring ...

Tokyo

A travel blog entry by lastonestanding on Aug 16, 2011

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... grandson, and Mr. Sasaki and his family (wife, daughter, grandson) took us to a Japanese China Town, where we walked around a fair bit and enjoyed the decorations. We ate lunch at a buffet, with a different sort of concept. More like a restaurant, you pay a set price, and then order whatever you want. The waiters bring it to you instead of you getting up. I found it interesting, how little details like that can be different in ...

Seagulls Are the Same in Every Country

A travel blog entry by lastonestanding on Aug 14, 2011

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... wrapped up and I was taken home to the Obas who, as a treat, took me out to dinner at a restaurant called Coco's, for some good ol' American food...Japanese style! I had a lot of fun there, and it was kind of interesting, spotting the differences in food they offered there as opposed to here in America.

I spent a great last evening with them and prepared to head out to Tokyo the next ...

Tsunami Scenes

A travel blog entry by lastonestanding on Aug 13, 2011

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... Tome, where we got to see some of the firefighters doing drills and practicing for real emergencies. One of them led us on a tour of the headquarters, and took us to a smoke simulator, which was certainly an interesting experience. We had to find our way through a maze of several dark rooms while keeping low to avoid the smoke. It was a little nerve-wracking, but it was good preparation in case of an ...

Earthquakes Get Old, Fast

A travel blog entry by lastonestanding on Aug 08, 2011

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... more familiar with as I get older and deal with work meetings.

Mr. Sasaki, Kiko, and I went to a former elementary school, the oldest building in Tome (circa 1888) and Mr. Sasaki's elementary school. Then we headed down to the river for a nice view, and then on to a Dutch windmill, brought as a gift by Dutch visitors. More for show, the windmill wasn't actually a working one, but it could be turned on for fun when guests were visiting.

The afternoon was spent in ...

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