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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    Travel Blogs from Teshikaga-cho

    Officially swanned out

    A travel blog entry by wangard on Feb 22, 2015

    12 photos

    ... Once the snow hits the ground, it will not be melting any time soon.

    There were a bunch of kitschy little shops. Lots of homemade baked goods and hand carved items. One shop owner had carved nitches out of the enormous snow bank, placed candles in the recesses creating luminaries. He was clearly very proud and excited that we loved it. This alone was worth missing the last of the ...

    Lakes, mountains, and swans

    A travel blog entry by wangard on Feb 21, 2015

    20 photos

    ... esque room too much, the people were wonderfully nice, the food was great, and we were not at all far from our shooting sites. We again fell asleep before being able to finish sorting photos, thus this entry is again a day late.

    Did I mention that wifi was out? That also slowed our tech pursuits. Thank goodness for T-Mobile's free international data roaming. Highly recommended.

    Day1 - Departure

    A travel blog entry by motkubon on Aug 23, 2013

    We woke up at 7 and left home at 8am in a kind of excitement and haste. The consequence is that we forgot to bring a few allegedly important stuff to carry - like a hiking shirt and a bicycle chain. Although not easy, we arrived at Haneda without much trouble and well in time. Luckily enough Air Do people were very generous about our luggage. We checked in two bicycles and two pannier bags in just 20kg. The flight took off 10 min late because they took ...

    Akan National Park 1: Mashu lake and Iozan

    A travel blog entry by mchao on Jul 22, 2011

    14 photos

    ... you get this awesome view of both the lake and the dormant volcano. Take a bunch of photos, sit in the cold breeze and dry your sweaty clothes and have lunch for a half hour. By the time you're done, you'll be dry and cold and ready to head back and tackle the hills again. I got back to the viewing platform an hour before my connecting bus was scheduled to arrive so I browsed the ubiquitous gift shop and did more picture taking of the lake. It was at this easiest part ...

    Summer Vacation 2007-Rebun-to

    A travel blog entry by zombywoof on Aug 21, 2007

    ... mistaken. The terminal was wedged in between a couple of pay parking lots (there was no "free" parking for those who drove to the terminal)), a huge often empty tour bus parking lot, and a couple of ****** little food stands. When the ferry would come in the place was an absolute madhouse, as i had observed the day before. I was determined to avoid all of that, which is why I got there as soon as the parking lot opened and signed my car up for the 1000 yen a day ...