Tenshukaku

Address: 321 Naka Aoi-machi, Hitoyoshi, Kumamoto Prefecture, Kyushu-Okinawa, 868-0008, Japan | Hotel
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Location

This hotel is located in the Hitoyoshi Onsen area of Hitoyoshi.
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Travel Blogs from Hitoyoshi

Old trains and steam engines

A travel blog entry by tbugs1 on Oct 06, 2014

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... around Japan and to Korea. Unfortunately, due to Typhoon Phanfone, the cruise was delayed by a day. Owen had to rearrange their train journey back to Tokyo and book an extra night at a hotel. This would be covered by their travel insurance. We have since heard that the cruise has been delayed by an extra day as the typhoon hit Tokyo on Monday the 6th of October. Owen and Takako arranged for a mini celebration on the shinkansen for ...

Matsushima and back to Tokyo

A travel blog entry by nrdegay on Apr 19, 2013

... been done very well,though of course more badly affected areas will never be reconstructed.The guy had a business producing local fish products,including these odd fish on stick things. Then off back to Tokyo on train.Yoshika went home and we meet up again tomorrow. Dinner in restaurant near hotel where guy recognised Tom from two years ...

Kirishima: Plan B it is

A travel blog entry by mchao on Jul 16, 2011

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... several volcanic mountains. High up, they offer hikers a single long chain of scrubby volcanoes that face both the ocean on the Kagoshima side and the sea towards Korea. And today's weather was great--dry, cool and clear. But arriving at the bus stop at Kirishima jingu, I found out that the recent volcanic activity of one of the middle peaks, Shinmoedake, had basically closed down the entire trail. In fact, the visitor's center and ...

Yakushima 4.5: Last gasp

A travel blog entry by mchao on Jul 15, 2011

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... who go slowly and stop often for notes about nature and other tidbits. However, this timing is also another practical point for tourists. Though the Japanese should be praised for the extent of their timetables and the accuracy of their train and bus timings, they do overestimate the time of hikes. I’m not saying I’m the fastest hiker, and I was definitely hustling a bit yesterday, but I’ve found that you can usually shave an hour ...

Matsushima in the morning hutto at night...

A travel blog entry by shirbil on Sep 24, 2010

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... that the local dish is hutto...we thought about hot things on that moment so we went to the restaurant to try it!!! wow you wont believe it.the place was huge with many low japanese style tables on tatami rags the hutto is a thick flat noodle miso stew with a lot of sweet potatos, pumpkin, potatoes, pees and mushrooms. they serve it in iron hot pot. it was cold outside but the hutto warmed us..wow it was so good!!


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