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

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... Omagari Fireworks Cooperative Association’s Youth’s Group spend one year working on developing the fireworks featuring a special theme for the year.

The competitors are scored on a strict standard—for example, if a competitor’s firework sparks touch the ground before they go out, the competitor will be marked down for safety’s sake. This ...

Leaving Hokkaido -- Visiting Samurai

A travel blog entry by silo on Aug 10, 2014

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... Hakodate, There the tunnel back to Aomori and from here with Shinkansen into the mountains of Kakunodate

And it started to rain heavily and we took a cab who brought us to our hotel. Arriving at 2000 we had dinner in the restaurant, went to the Onsen which was a very nice and big one an then to bed - tired
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Heading south - fast

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

4 comments, 12 photos

... cold (12 degrees) And Akita isn't any better although luckily the rain stayed away today and I was able to look around without getting wet.

I am certainly not on a backpacker trail here. Even to the extent there are no hostels. I had to get a hotel room ( 2 star ) and pay a little more than hostel dorm prices. The 2 star here though is pretty good so I am not complaining ( too much)

Akita is quite a big city but ...

Long Day......Great Trip!

A travel blog entry by lmkuehnl on Oct 26, 2013

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... than the average ITT sponsored tour. "Rugged"...count me in!

We started out with a drive down to an area west of Morioka to see the lava field as the base of Mt. Iwatesan. This dormant volcano is sometimes called the miniature Fuji since it has the same shape as Mt. Fuji, but is only about a third as high. The lava filed draws a good number of Japanese tourists ...

Samurai houses and Japanese Little Chef!

A travel blog entry by jarcher106 on Jul 02, 2013

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... a very enjoyable few hours walking around the historic town. The weather was great and we explored a wooded shrine before going to the first samurai house, which was around 400 years old and very well preserved. Inside we explored the traditional dining area (low tables where you sit on the floor - very similar to the places we'd been staying!) before being ushered into a little room for some free miso, soy, pickle ...