Tokyo Dai-Ichi Hotel Tsuruoka

2-10 Nishiki-machi, Tsuruoka, Yamagata Prefecture, Tohoku, 997-0031, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 2-10 Nishiki-machi, Tsuruoka.
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    Travel Blogs from Tsuruoka

    Largest Scale Fireworks Festival in Japan

    A travel blog entry by lmkuehnl on Aug 23, 2014

    10 photos

    ... sue if nighttime fireworks have them....because you can't see them in the dark.

    The Japanese are so VERY orderly and rule following. With 600,000+ people attending, the locals set-up an elaborate maze of raise scaffolding with plywood decking marked off in squares. For those attending who don't simply want to claim a spot on the grass along river bank, you pay for a spot on ...

    Closing shows in Sendai

    A travel blog entry by jacob.marsh3 on Jul 13, 2014

    Had our las two shows of Sendai today, the audience was great in both of them, maintaining the energy towards the pre show that all of the previous shows had. Tonight, Lennea, Chris, Brittany and myself went for dinner and to buy some last minute supplies for our trip to Mount Fuji tomorrow ...

    Shirataka means white hawk.

    A travel blog entry by livecarefree on Nov 12, 2009

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    Shirataka means white hawk in Japanese. I saw many that day by the river.

    Killin' time

    A travel blog entry by allmystrings on Jul 16, 2009

    8 photos

    ... last two hours in the waiting room of the train station. Luckily, there was a sumo wrestling tournament on the television. How. Awesome.
    Finally our train pulled up and we boarded. Turns out the next train (the long, overnight leg of the trip) was fresh out of sleeper cars. Double yikes. 9 hours later, and 32 cramped limbs later we arrived in the shockingly cold air of ...

    Transfer in Shinjo

    A travel blog entry by erincastillo on Mar 10, 2007

    I had a 75 minute transfer in Shinjo where there just happened to be a festival at the train station today. They had tons of food stalls where I got some food, and one vendor who was cooking live fish on a stick gave me one for free! This was a fun transfer and broke up some of the monotony of riding the local trains ...