Iseya Shinkan

476-1 Nakahara, Sado, Niigata Prefecture, Chubu, 952-1324, Japan | Ryokan
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Travel Blogs from Sado

Potluck and bells

A travel blog entry by lilseppey

... The sheet music the recreated themselves so that it was color coded to the bells so that you knew which bell to play when! I wish all sight reading was that easy.

After bells it was dessert time. We had this cornstarch/water/sugar paste covered in different items like red beans, sesame seeds, and what looked like grounded gramcrackers. It was another chewy texture and semi sweet.

Spent the rest of the ...

A little piece of America in Japan

A travel blog entry by lilseppey

... I saw one of Kuzuko’s friend/neighbor there. I remember meeting her from the concert. She is actually the teacher for the flower arrangement class that I will go to on Monday 7/7/14 with Kuzuko.

After work Allyce came home with me so that we could go to an American 4th of July Party Japan style. We were invited by Natalie our interpreter from ...

25 plates of Sushi Later

A travel blog entry by lilseppey

... with my mom. Because my brother didn’t know what he was doing I couldn’t see her face but I could hear her voice and that was good enough for me. It was really helpful to hear her voice. She told me that Max is eating the other dog’s food so she is feeding him more. He did still need to fill in a bit; hopefully he looks normal when I get home and not a spoiled ...

Stupid Towel

A travel blog entry by lilseppey

... shopping and I navigated myself home ok. I have half of my souvenir shopping done now. Some people are difficult to buy for. Also I want things unique to Japan.

When I got home from work/shopping I went for a run. It was much needed, the familiarity of a run is gave me a piece of home. I live so close to the school we visited today that I saw some children from the school in the neighborhood while I ran ...

Field Trip Day!

A travel blog entry by lilseppey

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... the local school. The bow like most things in life was larger than me. We also went and saw the remains of the once standing castle of Matsushiro. The only thing left is the outside stone walls. But what a gorgeous view they had.

Next stop was lunch. We were supposed to have sushi but asked for McDonalds. I had a quarter pounder, fries and a coke. Coke tastes different here. I also talked Allyce into trying a shrimp burger with me. It ...

Location

This ryokan, located on 476-1 Nakahara, Sado, is near Sado Kinzan Gold Mine.
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