Ryokan Fujiya

Address: 443 Ginzanshinhata, Obanazawa, Yamagata Prefecture, Tohoku, 999-4333, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel is located in the Ginzan Onsen area of Obanazawa.
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        Travel Blogs from Obanazawa

        Ginsan Onsen and Yamadera Temple

        A travel blog entry by annsan on May 14, 2015

        1 comment, 48 photos

        This morning we go for breakfast to the Starbucks in the entrance hall of the Yamagata train station which is connected to the hotel. They have all kind of warm breakfast goodies and good coffee. We then head to the Nippon Rental Car office across from the hotel to rent a car for the day. It's another Subaru Imprezza with GPS with directions in English. After punching in the telephone number of a well known Ryokan in Ginzan Onsen we are on our way. Traffic isn't ...

        Train to Yamagata

        A travel blog entry by annsan on May 13, 2015

        19 photos

        Early this morning there was another earthquake. Emile saw the curtains sway. When googling it, we found the epicenter was northeast off the coast of Honshu and it had a magnitude of 6.8. No wonder it was noticeable in Tokyo as well. This morning we leave for Yamagata, about 3 hours by train north-northwest of Tokyo. We take a train to Omiya where we transfer to the Yamagata Shinkansen. Omiya station is a large transfer station for different Shinkansen ...

        Quiet day....

        A travel blog entry by annsan on May 12, 2015

        3 photos

        Today's forecast is calling for rain, so this will be a good day to do laundry. After the concierge explains how to set the washing machine I start a load of white wash. Instructions in English are incomplete and washing machines are different from the ones in the US, the Japanese can wash and dry in one long cycle. In the morning we finalize two short trips for when Juliet will be with us. We book 2 nights in the ...

        Opening night

        A travel blog entry by jacob.marsh3 on Jul 11, 2014

        ... in the audience, when normally the building would seat 6000 people, it currently only has about 20 in it. another downside of this, is that the building staff have not turned the air conditioning on in the building yet, other than our change rooms, so when we are out on the ice in full costume under show lights, it get very very hot and sweaty with the humidity here in Japan. We have to new workout crate all set up which an amazing thing to have, I ...

        Sendai - beautiful mountains in autumn

        A travel blog entry by monkeybusiness on Nov 25, 2013

        24 photos

        ... trees in their autumn element it felt pretty magical. We finished our day trip with a stop at a local temple. Unfortunately a lot of the temple grounds were under reconstruction so not many of the buildings were open, but we did see a cool life size statue of the samurai Date Masamune who founded Sendai. He looked pretty short, but very tough (similar to Liam). Basically, don't mess with samurais (or Liam). In the evening we had ...