Shikotsuko Daiichi Hotel Suizantei

Address: Shikotsukoonsen, Chitose, Ishikari, Hokkaido, 066-0281, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel is located in the Shikotsuko Onsen area of Chitose.
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    Travel Blogs from Chitose

    Out with the old and in with the old!

    A travel blog entry by drummerman18 on Sep 30, 2014

    ... after school to say goodbye to students. As the first few came down the stairs (I was waiting at the exit) I could feel myself tearing up. And these were students I couldn't even place. Honestly I didn't even know their names or what year they were in! Then some students I knew came down. A final high five, a sayonara, a take care and off they went. A couple of my favourite students came down and ran up to me. I signed their notebooks for them and ...

    Mizu no uta

    A travel blog entry by jennisan on Mar 12, 2014

    10 photos

    ... had another room which was the cool down room. The cool down room had water to drink, it was air conditioned and it had a blood pressure machine. After the gym we went back to the room to get ready for dinner. At this place they give you an outfit to wear, pants and a yukata and socks. You are supposed to put those on and they also give you a robe to wear around. Everyone here is walking around with bare feet or socks, and their ...

    Shrines and lanterns

    A travel blog entry by suebar on Feb 09, 2014

    6 photos

    ... we went to a German bier Keller to eat. A mix of Japanese and Western fast foods. The waitresses were dressed in Tyrolean dirndl dresses. Somehow it just didn't quite work. Following the food we made our way back to the station via a pathway that was lined with lanterns siting on the snow and in hollows made in the snow. They were very effective and. Barbara felt that a great deal more trouble had been taken in creating this display than the display on the canal. None of ...

    First 40 Days!!

    A travel blog entry by olivianiosi on Sep 29, 2013

    2 comments, 12 photos

    ... classes. At school I can understand English conversation, math, gym, some of calligraphy and Koto(Japanese harp), and a little bit of physics. My other classes, Japanese history, Buddhism, health, home ec.,and Japanese language, are very difficult to understand. The kanji, Chinese characters, are extremely difficult. I do enjoy school, as I have made some friends. Everyone knows who I am, as I am the only ...

    Have a break, have a kit-kat.

    A travel blog entry by drummerman18 on Sep 03, 2013

    1 comment

    ... time. I haven't seen one upset student. They have soooooo much pressure on them 365 days a year. Even on weekends it doesn't relent. I asked what a couple of students got up to at the weekend and one girl said she studied for 10 hours on Saturday and then practiced piano, clarinet AND flute on Sunday before studying again. Mental.