Hoyoso

Address: 1099-5 Ourahei Nozaki, Tara-cho, Fujitsu-gun, Saga Prefecture, Kyushu-Okinawa, 849-1613, Japan | Ryokan
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This ryokan, located on 1099-5 Ourahei Nozaki, Tara-cho, is near Naruto Whirlpools.
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Travel Blogs from Tara-cho

Japan Cris Cross

A travel blog entry by housi.muller on Nov 12, 2014

2 comments, 9 photos

3/11 Stage 64 Hayashima -Hiroshima. Km 160
7/11 Stage 65 Hiroshima -Yamaguchi. Km 150
8/11 Stage 66 yamaguchi -kitakyushu Km 120
9/11 Stage 67 Kitakyushu - Nagasaki. Km 130


I have not written a new entry, since I left this nice people, which is a while ago.
That does not mean my journey is over yet, presently I am crisis crossing Japan, it's only my blog writing which just took a bit of a " ...

Iwakuni and Nagasaki

A travel blog entry by joca92 on Nov 09, 2014

18 photos

Today I was all ready to exploit my last rail pass day and got up early at 6.45 and headed to Iwakuni. After getting very lucky I got the bus to and from the bridge just in time to meet my connection froward a Nagasaki afterwards. Iwakuni bridge is a 5 arched bridge that creates a ripple effect across the river and really isn't like anything I've seen before and is so typically Japanese in style(see photos). Unfortunately it ...

Sadness and PEACE

A travel blog entry by amybrownstein on Oct 08, 2014

49 photos

Modern history of Nagasaki dates back to the arrival of the Portuguese in 1570. Due to its deep natural harbor, Nagasaki prospered as the only port opened to the west and the Dutch and Chinese followed the Portuguese. However, the Portuguese offended the ruling Shogun by bringing in Catholic missionaries. The Shogun closed the area because of the missionaries. The Dutch conferred with the Shogun and told him that they were Protestant, ...

Nagasaki, A New Perspective

A travel blog entry by jackwcummings on Oct 08, 2014

5 comments, 4 photos

The one Japanese city that I approached with apprehension and misunderstanding was Nagasaki. I really wish I knew why. Maybe it is because they have always taken a back seat in history to Hiroshima, I really don't know. Maybe because I never took the time to understand what its citizens suffered. Maybe it was because I knew that my brother’s life was spared because what happened here ended that war.

This I do know now that I been here ...

Ceramics and Pottery

A travel blog entry by tbugs1 on Oct 07, 2014

34 photos

... were two “museum” shops which had fairly expensive items for sale. I looked at a couple of bowls similar but a little bit ornate than the wooden ones that we already had. However, I wasn’t willing to spend 13800 yen or about AUD$150 on each bowl. I settled for a few wooden spoons instead. Maybe in the next place.

We went wandering around looking at a couple of shrines but basically ran out ...