Ureshino Park Hotel

Address: 4646-1 Ureshinomachi Shimojuku ko, Ureshino, Saga Prefecture, Kyushu-Okinawa, 843-0301, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 4646-1 Ureshinomachi Shimojuku ko, Ureshino.
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Travel Blogs from Ureshino

Nagasaki ,Japan

A travel blog entry by hfs on May 26, 2015

5 comments, 7 photos

... with statues ,given by many countries to commemorate the dreadfulness, and how proud were we, the 4 New Zealanders present ,to be taken to see with all our Aussie counterparts, our recent contribution, it is quite stunning ,to commemorate the 60th anniversary, a stainless creation, like a cloak with lovely wording in English and Maori, and we made the appropriate sounds of horror ,that the Aussies didn’t and hadn’t contributed a ...

Yanagawa City/ Dazaifu

A travel blog entry by joanyoung on May 21, 2015

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... the way back to stop in a place called Dazaifu. It is famous for a beautiful shrine as well as a popular sweet - a type of baked mochi filled with red bean paste. We stopped for some ice coffee and green tea and some mochi, then browsed through a few local souvenir shops. We rode the train back to Fukuoka, arriving back after 6 pm. We said goodbye to Kazuko who took the bus to her home while Haruyo and the 3 of us took a different bus back to Hakata ...

Day 30: Nagasaki

A travel blog entry by millieandjames on May 03, 2015

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... Dutch) territory, which used to be an island, and during Japan's 200 year self-imposed isolation the only point of trade between Japan and the Western world. The "hairy barbarians" that lived here were not allowed any further into Japan itself. WE ATE: - Nagasaki speciality noodles, Chan-pon (/champon: seafood, meat and vegetables with thick noodles in hot soup) and Sara-Udon (very similar ...

Day 29: Nagasaki

A travel blog entry by millieandjames on May 02, 2015

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WE DID: - caught the train from Fukuoka (Hakata) to Nagasaki. As it's the start of Golden Week, a national holiday in Japan the reserved seat tickets had sold out by the time we got round to buying them so we turned up at the station an hour early to queue on the platform for seats - we were first in the queue and managed to get some along with space for our bags, for the 2 hour train journey. - visited the Nagasaki Atomic Bomb Museum, Memorial Hall ...

Off the tourist track but very interesting

A travel blog entry by chrismcg on Apr 26, 2015

2 comments, 22 photos

... see quite a bit, using local transport.

Saga was quite an influential place in its heyday, particularly during the late Edo period and the Imperial Restoration. The area was lucky that the 10th lord who took over, Nabeshima Naomasa (1814-1871) was a forward looking leader, who introduced science, technology and educational reforms to the area. Saga, at that time, was one of the sectors responsible for the defence of Nagasaki, then being threatened by forces ...