Hakodate-Onuma Prince Hotel

148 Nishi-onuma, Nanae-cho, Kameda-gun, Hokkaido, 041-1392, Japan | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Nanae-cho

Snow and surf: a good train trip

A travel blog entry by suebar


... until we reached the coast. Then the rail line followed the coast round sometimes through coastal towns but often right against the shore as it was hemmed in by the mountains rising immediately on the landward side. On arrival we jumped into taxis to be taken to the ryokan where we were to stay the night. A ryokan is a traditional Japanese inn. No sooner were we through the door than we had to remove our boots and shoes as you can only wear socks when ...

Hakodate Weekend

A travel blog entry by lmkuehnl


... corners was a bit tough since your machine couldn't really dig in on the ice. One great thing.......no governors on the engines! These machines would really move out!

After some fun at the snow festival it was time to board the train back to Hakodate and enjoy some lunch!

Lunch was a traditional Hakodate style ramon known as "salty ramon". It didn't ...

Rain won't spoil the fun

A travel blog entry by luciecox


... clean, sans-serif; font-size: 13px; line-height: 15px; ">I set to explore the city but it rained all day unfortunately. I wanted to go up the mountain but there was simply no view and so not worth the effort. All pictures are taken with the go pro so as not to wet the multi million dollar camera ;-)

Rain won't spoil the fun

A travel blog entry by lucieandiuri


... star fish shape which makes it quite different. Then we tucked in some ramen of course because that is the best dish ever! Yoshi knew a place nearby so we followed and it was good!

In the afternoon we walked around the old brick warehouses, the old town hall and the pretty streets and shops.

Then onto some planning for the next move and goodbye Hokkaido

Bullet train and exploring historic Hakodate

A travel blog entry by jarcher106


We were up early and on the metro to Tokyo main station (Tom was even so eager we got off at the wrong stop and had to board the next one!). Once at the station we completed a very efficient exchange of the voucher for our Japan Rail Passes and reserved our seats on the 8.20am Shinkansen (bullet) train heading north ~700km to Shin Aomori. The train had a massively oversized green nose and was super smooth. At Shin Aomori we swapped onto a limited express train ...


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