Musashibo

Address: 15 Hiraizumi, Hiraizumi-cho, Nishiiwai-gun, Iwate Prefecture, Tohoku, 029-4102, Japan | Ryokan
 
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This ryokan, located on 15 Hiraizumi, Hiraizumi-cho, is near Takadachi Gikeido.
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      Travel Blogs from Hiraizumi-cho

      A Day With 35 FSS ITT

      A travel blog entry by lmkuehnl on Apr 20, 2013

      10 photos

      ... ta).


      After lunch we headed to the Geibi Gorge. This area is known for its fantastically-shaped rock formations towering high above the Satetsu River. Honestly,....we were about a week early. The cherry blossoms were just barely visible as you can see in the picture to the left.

      The gorge was very interesting and it was fun riding in the flat ...

      First day in disaster region - oshima island

      A travel blog entry by kizunacooks on Sep 24, 2012

      7 photos

      ... also talked about 72 hour packs which she calls an emergency pack. We also did t shirt printing. That was fun. Following dinner we headed back to elementary school for Taiko (Japanese drumming) all four countries also got to perform. Our kids were great and were a big hit with the ...

      First day in disaster region - oshima island

      A travel blog entry by kizunacooks on Sep 24, 2012

      2 photos

      ... also talked about 72 hour packs which she calls an emergency pack. We also did t shirt printing. That was fun. Following dinner we headed back to elementary school for Taiko (Japanese drumming) all four countries also got to perform. Our kids were great and were a big hit with the ...

      Travelling again

      A travel blog entry by kizunacooks on Sep 23, 2012

      1 comment, 8 photos

      ... was surprised by the disaster site. It looked a lot better than I expected. The recovery efforts are progressing a lot faster than I thought. There was still a lot of evidence to prove the disaster did hit Kesennuma/Oshima but the people were still all smiles. Rather than typing each students entries, I have copied their journals so please check out the photos to read their ...

      A golden past

      A travel blog entry by choy on Apr 17, 2012

      4 photos

      ... the countless buildings across Japan. That's a good thing, as there is very little else left standing in Hiraizumi and the attractions mainly consist of foundation stones marking the locations of once grand buildings. Riding around in the bus covering all the different sites across town, the driver anticipated the boredom of the passengers and started singing old songs about the region. At least that is what the others told us.
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