Log Bear

Address: Shikotsuko-onsen, Chitose, Ishikari, Hokkaido, 066-0281, Japan | Pension
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This pension is located in the Shikotsuko Onsen area of Chitose.
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      A travel blog entry by kirs_t_t on Feb 23, 2015

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      ... it's possible to ski across from each one. I'm not sure about the single seat chair lifts with no bars up to the top of the mountain though. You need an all mountain pass to ski all areas but you can also buy single mountain tickets. Annupuri is about a 30min bus ride on the orange bus from the Hirafu Welcome Centre. It is free with a lift ticket. Hirafu, Niseko Village and Annupuri also have night skiing through to ...

      Sports Day

      A travel blog entry by drummerman18 on May 22, 2014

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      ... in agony. Look like a lobster. Oh and i got my hair cut and it was so painful. He finished by using a brush all over the affected areas on my head and i was like "ffffffffffffffffffffff". That's about it for now. Turned down a 3500yen nomihodai (all you can drink) party tonight. On a thursday, starting at 9pm. Mental. My sannensei teacher said they're usually out till about 2am drinking. Then into school for another 12 hour shift. Typical Japanese lifestyle lol. Over and ...

      Time for a coat

      A travel blog entry by jamiekrussell on Oct 09, 2013

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      ... us had umbrellas and one of the girls didn't even have a hood. Needless to say, we were drenched once we reached the festival. Unfortunately the best part of the trip was our interaction with them because the festival itself was a bust. There were just a few tables set up where they were selling vegetables and a small area where we treated the girls to a dessert for detouring their own plans to come with us. We did have some pumpkin soup which was good and probably tasted ...

      Happy Birthday to me!

      A travel blog entry by jamiekrussell on Sep 16, 2013

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      ... him though, so I didn't like that.
      Friday morning was the start of the new semester of my Friday class. The Friday class was really hard for me in the Spring. Although it's listed as elementary 1, that doesn't mean beginner and you have to know some basic things about Japanese to be successful. I opted to retake this section of the class as well as struggle through elementary 2. The first class obviously went great because I had already taken it. They've also added ...

      Dinner guests and a Labor Day cookout

      A travel blog entry by jamiekrussell on Aug 26, 2013

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      ... tickets could be paid for at the convenience store and the hotel we booked can be paid for upon arrival. We'll be heading to Sendai on the main island to do some touring before Chris' conference the second week in September.
      For dinner on Monday I looked on the internet for things you can make in the rice cooker besides rice. I actually ended up with a great Barley Goulash. Hmmmm, now I see the possibilities could be endless.
      Tuesday I went out for a little run to ...