Sado Futatsugame View Hotel

1116-2 Washizaki, Sado, Niigata Prefecture, Chubu, 952-3205, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 1116-2 Washizaki, Sado.
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Travel Blogs from Sado

Noto Peninsula

A travel blog entry by misocutlet on Jul 04, 2013

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On the last day of our trip to Kinki and Hokuriku Region, we travelled around Noto Peninsula. Actually, the peninsula was as boring as we expected, but because my mum looked satisfied, I was alright, too. We left our inn at nine and headed for Noto Island first, visiting Wajima morning market, Sosogi Coast and Mitsukejima Island.
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Sado & Niigata

A travel blog entry by misocutlet on Jun 30, 2012

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... no-mori Park. That was the destination where my mam was eager to go. The toki is Japanese crested ibis and its scientific name is Nipponia Nippon, literally Japanese Japan. (Incidentally, Japanese national bird is not toki, but Japanese pheasant.) However, I heard that tokis were in the cage and visitors could see them from a distance. So I was worried if my mam could see them in spite of her bad eyesight.The main building for visitors was a complex of a small museum and ...

Sado Island

A travel blog entry by misocutlet on Jun 28, 2012

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... 25). We were scheduled to take a flight back to Niigata from the airport, but eventually we took a jetfoil from Ryotsu for that reason. Anyway, right after we arrived at Ryotsu, we rented a car and headed for Futatsugame.

Futatsugame literally means two turtles and it is a two-tirtle-shaped island, which is connected to the Sado main island. It is said that the beach is popular during summer, but when we visited, there was no one, maybe because it was ...

The Phone Call

A travel blog entry by sam.lee on Jan 04, 2011

... cold. Luckily, the train station was open and the waiting room was warm. Reality of my mum's death sank in as the train weaved around picturesque snow covered mountains and small villages of the Yonezawa region. I quickly wiped the tears off my face as the conductor came by. Few hours later, I was at Narita Airport with a six hour wait in the JAL lounge before I boarded my flight to ...

From Takayama to Niigata.

A travel blog entry by morutoratto on Oct 06, 2010

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... and usually a wild river on one side of the track. There's the odd eagle flying above the river, a huge, black butterfly flying whimsically over the tracks at a station, the semiprofessional fishermen along the riverbanks, the farmers harvesting rice or apples and high up on the mountainside, the poles for electricity, which must have been a quite dangerous job when they were put up there. The houses are gathered in hamlets or villages and some are so close to the track so ...