Address: 2-8-2 Kawayuekimae, Teshikaga-cho, Kawakami-gun, Hokkaido, 088-3462, Japan | B&B
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This B&B is located in the Kawayu Onsen area of Teshikaga-cho.
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    Day1 - Departure

    A travel blog entry by motkubon on Aug 23, 2013

    ... luggage* which I'm pretty sure who were to blame. We landed at Memanbetsu safely with the bicycles. As we started unpacking and reassembling the bikes a huge bus stopped in front of us and somehow kept the groaning engine running. My bf who is prone to the noise got annoyed which made me annoyed which ended up having us in the first small crash in the trip. We rode towards Bihoro any ways and had a lunch at a soba plus sushi place. The fish in the sushi ...

    Shiretoko Peninsula

    A travel blog entry by lucieandiuri on Jul 30, 2013

    1 comment, 66 photos

    ... to us has internet and a kitchen we can use all day.
    Today we decided to rent some bikes and cycle around, enjoy the sunshine, get some exercise, be outdoors, not think too much! The weather has been on our side for the first time in a long time, hurray sunshine and no rain!!

    Shiretoko Peninsula

    A travel blog entry by luciecox on Jul 30, 2013

    66 photos

    First day in this area and i have only great things to report!
    Numero uno, the accommodation! Check out this 5 star luxury villa with view!! It's amazing! I have a huge tent, with entrance, two thick sleeping bags, I am in the middle of nowhere and it's beautiful and the lodge next to me has internet and a kitchen i can use all ...

    Akan National Park 2: Lake Kussharo

    A travel blog entry by mchao on Jul 23, 2011

    19 photos

    ... Sand Hot Water) beach, which boasts a geothermally warmed beach. You can actually dig out a pit in the sand, which will eventually fill with hot ground water and enjoy a foot bath at the side of the lake. The counterpoint to this rustic experience is the paddleboats in the shape of helicopters and birds, the row of family tents and the complement of souvenir shops. Plus, this seems to be a dragonfly haunt and while intellectually I understand they prey on the ...

    Golden Week 2007-Hiroshima

    A travel blog entry by zombywoof on May 26, 2007

    ... few days. However, I finally realized this reasoning wasn't true when it occurred to me that all of their power lines and overhead lights are held up by concrete columns. In the States, we used wood for most power lines if they are above ground but here, wood is a scarce commodity (a lot of it probably used for disposable chopsticks-but that's a different story) so they use concrete. In fact, they use concrete for everything here. And that's why, I have concluded, ...