Hoshino Yado Hakuchoza

Address: 113-2 Mizukizaike Sakurai, Hirosaki, Aomori, Tohoku, 036-1505, Japan | Ryokan
 
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This ryokan, located on 113-2 Mizukizaike Sakurai, Hirosaki, is near Mt. Iwaki.
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    Travel Blogs from Hirosaki

    Last Port of Call

    A travel blog entry by meznglenn on Sep 16, 2014

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    Here we are in Aomori back on the island of Honshu. There has been civilization in Aomori for longer than 30000 years. It's was founded in 1625 and became a city in 1898. There are no old buildings as almost the entire city was destroyed at the end of WW11. The ancient people lived underground and were hunters and gatherers and pottery makers. In 1611 the second lord of the Tsugaru Clan, Tsugaru Nobuhira constructed the historic Hirosaki a Castle. The castle ...

    A colorful carneval style festival

    A travel blog entry by silo on Aug 04, 2014

    11 photos

    First time that we travelled with the high speed shinkansen from Tokyo to Aomori in the north of the main island. The Japan Rail Pass is a beautiful invention for tourists, as it allows to use almost all trains of JR (Japan Railway company). At every station you can make seat reservations free of charge. This is very recommended as the ...

    Really, Really Big Buddah

    A travel blog entry by lmkuehnl on Jul 27, 2014

    9 photos

    My final stop on the Saturday adventure trip was at the Really Big Buddha just outside Aomori, Japan. This too is on the Misawa Air Base "must see" listing and while I've been past it a number of times (heading to the snow of the Hakkoda mountains or on various ITT trips), this was my first stop at ...

    Beach Time!

    A travel blog entry by lmkuehnl on Jul 27, 2014

    8 photos

    ... are dirty/trashy, it really isn't the locals. The items on the beach come off ships and from other countries around the Pacific. Anything that falls off a ship and floats will eventually wash up on a beach. And when you consider all the people in southeast Asian that live on or near the water, you add to that anything that is dropped and ...

    Lot's and lot's of Torii Gates

    A travel blog entry by lmkuehnl on Jul 26, 2014

    8 photos

    ... t count them, but I know someone who did.



    It was about a 2 1/2 hour drive. I was up EARLY (0430hrs....sun still coming up at 0300hrs)) and on the road so there was little traffic. I think I even beat the farmers getting out the door. Since I prefer the back roads it's nice to get moving before the farmers are ...