Ito Onsen

Address: Poropinai Mubanchi, Chitose, Ishikari, Hokkaido, 066-0287, Japan | Ryokan
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This ryokan is located on Poropinai Mubanchi, Chitose.
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Travel Blogs from Chitose

Out with the old and in with the old!

A travel blog entry by drummerman18 on Sep 30, 2014

... beer and how easily Japanese people get drunk. A lot of beer and sake was drunk (on a school night) and it was the perfect send off. My sannensei teacher picked me up and dragged me out the restaurant when I offered to pay. He ended up paying 10,000¥ ($100) for us 3. At the subway we shook hands, hugged, promised to drink much more beer together and then he got on one train and I the other. As we were both about to head off in opposite directions ...


A travel blog entry by skippini on Mar 08, 2014

Yesterday we had a nice breakfast that served a ton of different kinds of food. Anna had miso soup and rice with soy sauce on her rice (oh brother) and tofu. Then we went for a 3 hour walk around Chitose. It was really nice. Even though it is around 30 degrees outside, it is really hot when we go inside a building. I am starting to get to know some of the parents a lot better. Even though Anna has been at The International School for 9 years, I have not interacted with a lot of ...

Dinner guests and a Labor Day cookout

A travel blog entry by jamiekrussell on Aug 26, 2013

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... Obon Festival that was next to our apartment and they've recently arrived so Gabriel could begin his job as an Assistant Language Teacher at the local high school. We decided on tacos, so we had all of those fixings. I even used the food processor to shred some cheddar cheese. I thought I'd be daring and make some guacamole, which was O.K. and turned out to be a perfect combination for the queso dip Gabriel and Sarah brought. Hoping for success with the rice cooker again ...

Vacuum charades and dinner with the pastor

A travel blog entry by jamiekrussell on Aug 07, 2013

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... to be pushing the button to unlock the door downstairs so they could come up. Oops. I just figured they could let themselves in but I think I figured out that they kept talking on the phone because I wasn't pushing the unlock button. When they got to the door I handed them the vacuum and figured they'd exchange it for a new one. However then they started saying a whole lot of things I didn't understand. I thought maybe they wanted to know what was wrong with it ...

Sumikawa Junior High School English Class

A travel blog entry by jamiekrussell on Jul 12, 2013

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... a brief review by Kazuko, I got started. First I showed them my presentation about all things American. When I showed the picture of my house and my parent's house they told me my parent's house was big, so Mom and Dad, to the Japanese kid's eyes, you live in a mansion. Next, they got to ask me questions. I had anticipated a few things I thought I would be asked so I had pictures of my favorite movies, hobbies, foods, etc. I had a picture of subs on my slide, ...

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