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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    Officially swanned out

    A travel blog entry by wangard on Feb 22, 2015

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    It has really been the case throughout Japan that people are unfailingly nice, polite, and want to help. This is especially true in Kawayu. No one speaks English except for the very basics (Hello, thank you, etc.) Despite this, people are eager to interact and help. More than anything, the people seem truly happy to be here in this sleepy little town in the northernmost reaches of Japan.

    Lakes, mountains, and swans

    A travel blog entry by wangard on Feb 21, 2015

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    We traveled to Kawayu today where the features are dramatic mountains formed by some obviously pretty impressive volcanic eruptions. There are two lakes, one of which we visited which are the craters created during those eruptions. The area is still volcanically active creating many hot springs making a great hangout for very cold Whooper Swans as well as spa seeking humans. (Don't worry mom, ...

    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 ...

    Akan National Park 1: Mashu lake and Iozan

    A travel blog entry by mchao on Jul 22, 2011

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    ... day on the viewing platform that my hiking pole slipped between the slats of the fence and fell right into the forest underneath the platform. I was genuinely distraught, over this $12 Walmart pole, so much so that I actually slipped under the platform and dug through the dense underbrush and risk slipping down the slope into the slope until I found it. Mashu summit hike be damned, this was my proudest moment today. (Note: in retrospect, this was a really stupid ...

    Golden Week 2007-Hiroshima Part 2.

    A travel blog entry by zombywoof on May 26, 2007

    ... a symbol that is supposed to remind people of the horror of war and the continual struggle for peace but I've never claimed to understand the Japanese. After wandering around the shopping area for a little while and finding some lunch, we kept heading North to Hirshoshima Castle (広島城). This was the first time I had ever been to a Japanese castle, as Hokkaido is way to "new", in terms of Japanese history, to actually ...