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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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    Travel Blogs from Chitose

    Sports Day

    A travel blog entry by drummerman18 on May 22, 2014

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    ... in all years were chanting my name in the stands. It was surreal. And in front of all the teachers, vice-principle and principle i kept my cool and waved politely back. NOT!!! OF COURSE I DIDN'T!!! I thrive in that type of situation!!! Immediately i went into a Usain Bolt pose which only increased the chants. Teachers were coming to take my picture and of course i was posing for them and having a damn good time doing so. It was.... amazing. Anyway back to the run. In ...

    Shrines and lanterns

    A travel blog entry by suebar on Feb 09, 2014

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    ... station. it is HUGE. We then went along one of the walkways where many restaurants and noodle bars were located and found a Chinese restaurant which could cater for our differing food tastes. Sue had pork dumplings and a cucumber salad. That was delicious, cucumber with a dressing of sesame oil, ginger and garlic. An idea to take home with us. Barbara had pork and aubergines in a spicy sauce. Yummy. There is some western food here, including pizzas and pasta. KFC and Burger ...

    Cooking lessons

    A travel blog entry by jamiekrussell on Aug 13, 2013

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... of people at the other Beer Gardens but those were closing too and they starting turning the lights off at them so people would go home. Chris and I think 9 is a little early to close them since it looked like they could have had more business for quite some time.
    Friday Chris did some marathon training so I joined him for a few miles and then he worked until about 10pm. I did some cleaning and tour guide planning in anticipation of our soon arriving guests. What an exciting ...

    Sumikawa Junior High School English Class

    A travel blog entry by jamiekrussell on Jul 12, 2013

    9 photos

    ... would be acceptable in the Japanese classroom, so I was a little worried as well.
    On my first visit, I had to use my phone to wind myself through the streets and up a hill, both ways (really), but I found it and Kazuko came out to get me. Just like American schools, the school is locked. Upon entering you have to take off your schools, but I was prepared and had brought my slippers anticipating this would be the case. My first stop was the main ...

    Care package and a new set of wheels

    A travel blog entry by jamiekrussell on May 27, 2013

    8 photos

    ... friction caused by the tire spinning against it. Watch out pedestrians, I'm coming through.
    After class on Wednesday I successfully exchanged money for our trip to Greece. I purchased a pre-paid debit card in Euros but she had to make 2 phone calls before we could finish the purchase. The first was to ensure that I was allowed to buy this apparently highly coveted item as a non-Japanese citizen. Really? I realize it's confusing that an American has Yen that ...