Shizuoka Daiichi Hotel

Address: 1-21 Suruga-ku Izumicho, Shizuoka, Shizuoka, Chubu, 422-8066, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel is located in the Shizuoka Station area of Shizuoka.
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Travel Blogs from Shizuoka

Nakasendo Hike

A travel blog entry by pixeltoy on Oct 10, 2015

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... lovely indoor and outdoor hot-spring baths. Japanese dinner with fresh local produce and breakfast are included. If you sent your main luggage ahead to Kiso-Fukushima, it will be waiting for you when you arrive at the ryokan. The ryokan concierge will help you send it onwards again tomorrow morning to wherever you are staying after the Nakasendo Trail ; remember to pack overnight essential in your daypack for your remaining two nights on the ...

What a night!!!!!

A travel blog entry by teamjs on Sep 01, 2015

1 comment, 32 photos

... surface of the mountain looked surreal. Something out of a science fiction movie.
For the first 45 mins everything seemed to be well, than the rain came and boy it came!!!!! Within 20 mins, everything that wasn't covered by my so cool raincoat was completely wet. After one hour, everything was wet. water proofed or resistant just couldn't hold off the amounts of rain and wind we were exposed to.
As mentioned before the way down, ...

Magome to Tsumago

A travel blog entry by teamjs on Aug 26, 2015

15 photos

8 km walk from walk Magemo to Tsumago.

The guide book and the tourist information centre told me that it would take 3hours to walk it.
However I only had 2, as I got up way to late to actually do this walk. What can I say i did it in 1 1/2 hours :)

Rock'n Roll!!!! found the coolest little coffee shop in Tsumago.

We Live in Japan

A travel blog entry by gingerschilling on Aug 24, 2015

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... I looked around the room at the already familiar faces and my friends and Will's friends, it was overwhelming to realize just how fortunate we are. It's amazing that we have already built a community and support systems. I believe future lifelong friends were in that theatre today. We get to live in another country and expedience all the ups and downs that entails. This imperfect, sometimes dull but often wild road is my life. Guess what, I live in Japan. It finally hit me ...

I climbed a mountain and I turned around

A travel blog entry by erath on Jul 26, 2015

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... about Mt Fuji, both in The Netherlands as here in Japan, said their trip was not worthwhile. Too crowded, not a real climb ('even children and elderly can do it'), no view because of the clouds... There is some truth in all of that, but in my case I seemed to have picked the perfect time.

Some basic facts: Mt Fuji is climbed every year by over 300.000 people, which is quite astonishing since the snow-free climbing season is limited to 2 just months. And ...