Hotel Village

Address: 3090 Konamase, Daigo-machi, Kuji-gun, Ibaraki Prefecture, Kanto, 319-3512, Japan | Ryokan
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This ryokan, located on 3090 Konamase, Daigo-machi, is near Onjuku Beach.
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Travel Blogs from Daigo-machi

Bed time.

A travel blog entry by steveandtam on Sep 30, 2015

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So I woke up still incredibly inebriated and feeling very unwell. I ended up spending the day in bed whilst the others headed out to hit some baseballs. I got to cuddle their gorgeous pooch Ikyuu and we relaxed on the couch. Sayo made a quick grocery run and then taught Tam and I how to make gyoza! We got on a roll and made 80 of them!! Learnt some new cooking techniques and also how ...

Ibaraki here we come!

A travel blog entry by steveandtam on Sep 29, 2015

We had a nice late check out which was great. We enjoyed the free buffet breakfast that had a wide selection of cuisines include Japanese, Italian and an omelette bar! We somehow crammed all of our luggage into or suitcases and made our way to the train station. We had three trains on the way there but in true Japan style it was super easy to navigate and didn't take long at all. It was beautiful watching the view change from the ...

Mashiko - Day 6 -8

A travel blog entry by kevin_and_jonah on Jun 18, 2015

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... how they are learning English. The man who owns the kindergarten is also a monk who them took us to a nearby temple where we practiced meditation. That afternoon we all took a pottery class. Each of us were able the create 2 pieces of pottery. I have included a couple pictures of Jonah behind the wheel.

The next day while the kids were practicing taiko a group of chaperones were able to tour a sake brewery. This is a small brewery where ...

Day 5 Mashiko

A travel blog entry by kevin_and_jonah on Jun 18, 2015

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... karate and archery demonstrations, and six activities to learn about Japanese culture and life, including calligraphy, Japanese candy, toys, and traditional green tea. This was an absolute riot, and both the Japanese children and our kids had a great time interacting with one another. More to come on the kindergarten as we returned the following day.

Let the drumming begin!

A travel blog entry by kevin_and_jonah on Jun 17, 2015

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... came to Mashiko to work with the students and help them prepare for the upcoming concert. The Dublin Taiko students greeted him and his Fu-Un no Kai group with gifts.

After two hours of hard work with Eitetsu the kids took a break for dinner, but their work had just begun. After dinner they were joined by Tenjin no Kai Juniors, the local youth taiko group with ...