Tokuyama Daiichi Hotel

Address: 1-30-1 Wakamiyacho, Shunan, Yamaguchi Prefecture, Chugoku, 745-0016 , Japan | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 1-30-1 Wakamiyacho, Shunan.
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Travel Blogs from Shunan

Catch Your Fish and Eat It Too

A travel blog entry by gumisgross on Mar 31, 2014

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We had a fabulous day in Imose Falls - about a 40 min drive from Iwakuni. There was a beautiful shrine where we added a wish for our family, and some really cool waterfalls.

After exploring around, we went to a little cafe hidden in the middle of nowhere that the Jenkins had discovered last year. The owner's dad start ...

I Love Technology

A travel blog entry by gumisgross on Mar 30, 2014

3 comments, 1 photo

... There are definitely downsides to it, many of which include how to raise your children with it, but I would rather have it than not.

So far on this journey, Kale has been content to explore and interact with our surroundings, be it on the plane, train, or hotel, and we have not had to resort to any kind of screen to keep him occupied. I am proud of him for being able to entertain himself the old fashioned way, and I am proud of my family for raising him that way.
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Cherry Blossoms in Japan

A travel blog entry by gumisgross on Mar 30, 2014

2 photos

... a popular tourist destination in Japan, particularly during the Cherry Blossom festival in the spring and the autumn color change of the Japanese Maples. It was declared a National Treasure in ...

Ordinary Lives And Big Ideas

A travel blog entry by jrsherman81054 on Feb 20, 2014

21 comments, 15 photos

... I think it may very well be the other way around.

In my brief time in Japan I have already learned much about living life with a stronger sense of harmony and peaceful coexistence with the environment and my fellow human beings. These big ideas are taught in how people communicate with each other verbally and non-verbally. In a densely populated country, they also ...

Paradise Lost

A travel blog entry by wdwatts on Jun 02, 2007

... we rushed on the train while Stapp stayed behind. Our train rolled out just as Duc and Kelsey made their way up the stairs to the platform. Once we arrived in Kyoto we received a disheartening call from Stapp. Apparently, Duc had lost her rail pass. The rail passes are for two weeks and cost a pretty penny so you can imagine the panic. Stapp told us to go ahead to Kameoka while he and the girls searched for the railpass. Well, we did as we were told and eventually ...

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