Woody Hotel Suwa

Address: 436-7 Kamiyokoba, Tsukuba, Ibaraki, Kanto, 305-0854, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 436-7 Kamiyokoba, Tsukuba, is near Mount Tsukuba.
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Travel Blogs from Tsukuba

Mid-year exchange ramblings

A travel blog entry by erinscott on Jul 29, 2013

... So whilst my relationship with Japan has yielded many things for me I do not see myself living here long-term again in the near future. Liiiiitle bit of irony in there, but the realisation has been a long time coming! I'd just prefer to work within Aussie culture. And that's cool too.

I'm sure I just think about all this cultural identity stuff way more than your average person, but I truly believe it is at the core of everything we experience. And how amazing is that?!

Almost 8 months after I arrived in Japan...

A travel blog entry by erinscott on Jul 15, 2013

... we had our first snorkelling trip to the beach(!!). We all piled in cars and drove for 3-4 hours to the coast of a nearby prefecture (which was probably all of 150km away but you can't get anywhere quick in a car here, haha). We snorkelled during the day, drank in the evening, slept in an inn overnight, and onsen'd before our return home yesterday. Nowadays I am one with Japanese cuisine, futons, and public bathing practices. And convenience stores. In ...

For whom the bell tolls

A travel blog entry by andrew81 on Jan 23, 2011

6 comments, 22 photos

... surrounded by fresh white lilies. Shichi motioned me to close my eyes and fold my hands in zen tradition, and as I did so, immediately I was carried away. The world began to melt. Time stopped (or maybe quickened?), and the familiar sense of calm sank into my bones.

I love meditation, and maybe that description can give you a little glimpse of the amazing experience I had today. It reminded me of two very important things ...


A travel blog entry by bassalleckj on Oct 14, 2010

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... reimbursement. There are also plenty of ATMs that take standard U.S. debit cards.

We drove to Tsukuba to pick up the envelope of cash. They still haven’t really adjusted to dealing with visitors (or likely their own staff members) who are now at J-PARC. It’s still an amazingly easy process to get paid, however … show up, sign a form, and get your envelope of cash. Afterwards we went to the large shopping center, Lala Garden (you ...

Studio Ghibli Museum And Living Room Dining

A travel blog entry by francesandrew on Jun 09, 2010

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... While the park is nothing major to look at, there was an interesting temple in the middle. Japan is a mixture of Shinto and Buddhist; Shinto for matters of this world, Buddhism for the spirit world. The temple was lovely and surrounded by a large lake with the biggest Koi I’ve ever seen! They largest were around two foot long and six inches wide, and when they opened their mouths…! The ladies nearby showed us how clapping can make them open wide as they think ...

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