Hanaguruma

5-5-1 Ogitsucho, Hitachi, Ibaraki, Kanto, 319-1413, Japan | Ryokan
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This ryokan, located on 5-5-1 Ogitsucho, Hitachi, is near Odira Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Hitachi

And we're back online!

A travel blog entry by britadam on Mar 03, 2012

14 photos

... equipment that had just gone on a rampage in the mud (see above). Brittany even made soba (buckwheat noodles) and served it to customers in our hosts' restaurant (I am sure it was quite the experience for the customers to have a waitress that did not know what you were ordering, luckily the restaurant only served soba).

We only had one day off a week, and no internet, so we had to have fun the old fashion way, staring at the fire. We ...

Training!!

A travel blog entry by lani85 on Jan 11, 2011

10 photos

... the sea and hitting Hokkaido - it was such a contrast to Omiya, everything was white. Landing in New Chitose airport was cool, there was a snowstorm heading towards the airport as we landed but luckily we missed it.

So there you go, a brief overview of my training weeks, 11th - 24th January! I will hopefully update a proper detailed post about the last 4 days of experiences in SNOWY Sapporo. I'll make this more detailed soon - at least I posted something, right??
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Boxing day (if youre in NZ lol)

A travel blog entry by j-san on Dec 26, 2010

2 comments, 2 photos

Short entry today again.
Went to meet my host mothers sister for lunch at a restaurant in Mito today where they do sumo-style food. So big massive pot filled with everything. Apparently they have one to themselves and then go to sleep afterwards and thats how they get tank mode. It was goooood, also tried a 0% alcohol beer which was actually pretty good. After that we went to a wind ...

Further Tokai-mura Adventures

A travel blog entry by bassalleckj on Oct 29, 2010

15 photos

... temples, shrines, parks, community centers, etc., so figured we’d go explore some of their "12 Scenes in Tokai" and other historical sites.

We rode our bikes several kilometers up to the NW part of town (we’re staying in the SE). It’s always pretty nice riding bikes around here, as there is plenty of farmland, gardens, and traditional houses with ...

Kasama Chrysanthemum Festival

A travel blog entry by bassalleckj on Oct 27, 2010

19 photos

Kasama is a town about an hour inland from here. It is known for its pottery and its important Inari Shrine. Inari is the spirit of grains, productivity, and good business. The fox is considered the messenger of Inari, and so there are many stone foxes. Chrysanthemums are a big deal this time of year here in Japan, and many places have chrysanthemum festivals. Kasama held the very first chrysanthemum festival 103 years ago and has been ...