Chojyu no Yu

Address: 3-11-17 Higashinamekawacho, Hitachi, Ibaraki, Kanto, 317-0052, Japan | Ryokan
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This ryokan, located on 3-11-17 Higashinamekawacho, Hitachi, is near Odira Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Hitachi

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 ...

Chapter Twenty Five

A travel blog entry by luggagesbitch on Jun 05, 2015

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... the lady at the counter. I thought I was getting the "gaijin deal" of 5200 yen at first because of the way they were looking at and speaking to each other. I saw the pricing on the wall and it said the same, 5200 yen per night. I couldn't turn on the power for the room lights at first. Some things had power. Then I realized the flap on the main switch was a receiver to a plastic blade on the room key. You leave it in there. I showered and ate. Hopefully I'll have better luck ...

East Japan Railway Museum

A travel blog entry by tbugs1 on Sep 29, 2014

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... two. The new line to the north of Omiya Station would be a light line and the heavy rail line would run to the south of the station.

The Museum has been rated as one of the best railway museums in the world. One of Owen's friends had helped set it up. The floor space given to this place is enormous. The exhibits date back to over a hundred and fifty years with the history of trains itself running back to 1860. There were ...

And we're back online!

A travel blog entry by britadam on Mar 03, 2012

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Today we finished our work placement at the potato farm, possibly the only place in Japan without internet access. We are both pretty happy to be sitting in a clean and comfortable hotel room.
We arrived in Hitachiota on the 13th of February. Shortly after arriving, Toshika, our host, came to pick us up at the station. She took us back to the farm shop where she prepared a wild boar curry and rice. The wild boar had just been trapped the previous ...