Toyoko Inn Hachinohe-ekimae

1-3-17 Ichiban-cho, Hachinohe, Aomori, Tohoku, 039-1102, Japan | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Hachinohe

Aomori: Neputa 2

A travel blog entry by mchao

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I feel like this should be titled "Neputa 2: This Time It's Personal" because it's my second neputa festival in as many days and I'm feeling that weariness that comes with sequels. But by all accounts this neputa should be different--bigger and more raucous.

To that end, I gave myself an hour layover at the hotel to just relax and gear …

Ozore-san: Buddhist 'Hell' Mountain

A travel blog entry by mchao

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Well, my plan for avoiding more temples went right out the window. In my defense, having a JR East pass (or any pass for that matter) burning in your pocket does strange things to you mind. Add to that an entirely free morning and the label of 'one of the three holiest places in Japan' --well, I found myself heading out on the local train towards …

Hirosaki: Neputa Festival

A travel blog entry by mchao

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Hakodate and Aomori are connected by two main routes—train (around 5000Y, 3 hours) and by ferry (4 hours). Since I was not on any rail pass that would cover the train between Hakodate and Aomori, I thought I'd try to save some money by taking the ferry. The two companies that serve this route are Seikan ferry (1750 Y, one way) and Tsuruga …

American Day Misawa Style

A travel blog entry by lmkuehnl

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... was focused on show cars and motorcycles.

The weather was AWESOME! Bright blue skies, slight breeze, and warm, but not hot. The streets were lined with both Japanese specialty food stands and American foods sold by private organizations (POs) made up of people from the base. The POs were selling everything from giant turkey legs, hamburgers, ...

Let it Snow!

A travel blog entry by lmkuehnl

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Most of the folks on our trip were snowboarders. I always make fun of them because they spend so much time sitting in the snow. Since a boarder straps both feet to the same board, they have no way to really propel themselves when they aren't on a downward slope. Some will hop around, but ...

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