Sayan Terrace

Address: 2163 Hama, Onjuku-machi, Isumi-gun, Chiba Prefecture, Kanto, 299-5107, Japan | Hotel
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    Travel Blogs from Onjuku-machi

    Sunrise at 5:30

    A travel blog entry by hpeier12 on Apr 18, 2015

    16 photos

    The APA Hotel is very busy even at early hour..... after the 3rd full Elevator stopped at the 23rd floor packed with People like Sardines no way to get in with my Bike.... took the stairs from the 23rd , Lobby was packed again just like last night when I arrived.... skipped Break feast not wanting to waste time and went outside. Pretty fresh this morning at 48 F .... should ...

    Festival time out in the countryside

    A travel blog entry by erinscott on Jul 23, 2013

    11 photos

    I have had an enormous weekend. It's Tuesday now and I still haven't accepted that it's a new week! But I've got a cup of ice tea and a spare 30min, so hopefully writing about it will help me to shift my focus back to Uni!

    Summer in Japan is synonymous with many things - fireworks, watermelon, pedestal fans, etc. But the thing that most Japanese people would think of first would have to be Shinto festivals. Whilst modern society in Australia ...

    Beach Day

    A travel blog entry by gadelle on Jul 27, 2012

    17 photos

    Nothing says summer like a day at the beach, right? Ironically, the day we chose to go was one of the coolest ones so far this summer. Though we were glad for the heavily overcast sky, as it shielded us from the punishing sun, a few degrees warmer would have been ideal.

    Getting to Shirasato Beach was an adventure in and of itself. From Kichijouji we took the Chuo line, switched to the Sobu at Ochanomizu, changed to the Sotobo Line at ...

    Natural/Nuclear Disaster Update

    A travel blog entry by benderson8 on Mar 15, 2011

    3 comments, 3 photos

    ... which eliminated any possibility of maintaining a sense of balance. Everything in sight was violently shaking. The windows and doors in the school, regardless if they were locked or not, were slamming open and shut. The flag poles and light posts seemed to sway 7-8 feet in either direction. Crevices, cracks and ruptures began to appear in the packed dirt ground, and brick pavement nearby. Hairline fractures in many of the concrete support beams ...

    Elementary Schools

    A travel blog entry by benderson8 on Feb 01, 2011

    23 photos

    ... happen quite frequently, but I usually can’t understand what the kids are saying so I just act confused and the students carry on.

    On a more serious note educationally, when I am required to teach the other grades (4-6) a specified curriculum (which is never explained to me in English ahead of time), you can imagine the challenges that arise. At that age, although the students have had English lessons for a few years, they ...