Karamatsu Sanso

Address: 91 Tobeiyashiki Kyowafunaoka, Daisen, Akita Prefecture, Tohoku, 019-2401, Japan | Ryokan
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This ryokan is located on 91 Tobeiyashiki Kyowafunaoka, Daisen.
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Travel Blogs from Daisen

Largest Scale Fireworks Festival in Japan

A travel blog entry by lmkuehnl on Aug 23, 2014

10 photos

... and no Japanese person would ever consider sitting in someone else's square....even if no one showed up to sit in it. Japanese culture is simply amazing!


Organizer-sponsored fireworks called “wide star mine”, are developed in line with the year’s theme and are set off between competitions. Also gaining in popularity every year; the members ...

Leaving Hokkaido -- Visiting Samurai

A travel blog entry by silo on Aug 10, 2014

6 photos

Sad to already leave this wonderful ryokan at the lake, we took the hotel bus to the public bus who droped us at the JR station. We start to have more conversations as people who spend as well a night go back to Tokyo and speak English.

The trainride was a little difficult as the trains were full and we had to ...

Heading south - fast

A travel blog entry by alister.bland on May 17, 2014

4 comments, 12 photos

Decided to turn around and head south. It was a full days traveling to get here. Four trains!!!! I wasn't actually sure I would make it in one day but luckily I did rather than stopping over in places I had been to before. It actually went without a hitch - am I surprised? No.

I had hoped that by heading south I would get warmer weather. However, that hasn't been the case so far. When I left Sapporo it was overcast, some rain ...

Long Day......Great Trip!

A travel blog entry by lmkuehnl on Oct 26, 2013

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... they will help keep the road open.


After the lava field, it was off to the Japanese version of a ghost town!





The Matsuo Mine (松尾鉱山)use to be the biggest such mine in Japan. We didn't actually visit the mine, but rather the area where the mine workers lived. In these large concrete buildings over ...

Samurai houses and Japanese Little Chef!

A travel blog entry by jarcher106 on Jul 02, 2013

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... even imagine living there today as some of the locals clearly did. After finishing our stroll down a path shaded by a 2km long arch of cherry trees (designated a 'national scenic spot') we went to a lively little restaurant in the heart of the samurai district for soy ramen with soba (thin) and udon (thick) noodles - delicious! We were back at the station by 12:30pm in order to undertake our next train mission ...