Kashiwaya Ryokan

1-14-9 Bentencho, Hitachi, Ibaraki, Kanto, 317-0072, Japan | Ryokan
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This ryokan, located on 1-14-9 Bentencho, 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

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... rest of the boar was later smoked and put into a cardboard box along with the other smoked things (whole fishes and squids).
We lived at the barn which included a wood stove for heat (not for the second story bedrooms though), a lot of raw meat laying around, a french guy, and one 20kg bag of rice that fed some of us three meals a day.
We met Hiroshi, Toshika's husband, one of the daughters, and the barn cat. Toshika explained that ...

Training!!

A travel blog entry by lani85 on Jan 11, 2011

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... fun. And drinking continued until 4:30am when half of us decided to go home. We stayed up chatting until the rest of them got home at 7am and then went to bed until 10am. So Saturday was spent recovering and taking a lovely walk to Omiya Park to see the shrine, the very depressing zoo (I almost cried seeing the lonely hyena in his concrete cage) and then off for soba noodles for dinner. Sunday we went exploring around Omiya station, explored the shops and had lunch at ...

Boxing day (if youre in NZ lol)

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

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... which was cool. Not quite Chiaki, but one of the conductors was 17 which is still amazing. Did I mention that there was a kotatsu at my host mothers sisters house ;D. (Jelly?)
The town that this was in was only about 60km away or something but its all through populated areas so it took aaages. The road there had one touge like section but there was traffic...
Dinner was soba and then ...

Further Tokai-mura Adventures

A travel blog entry by bassalleckj on Oct 29, 2010

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... roads and pathways winding between them. We didn’t see anything earth-shattering, but some really pretty parks, big beautiful trees and bamboo, and nice quiet temples and shrines. We also rode by an elementary school as it was letting out for the day. It’s always fun to see the kids, be stared at, and have them shout “hello!” practicing their English ...

Kasama Chrysanthemum Festival

A travel blog entry by bassalleckj on Oct 27, 2010

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... of elaborate wire-mold displays, most of the flowers were not yet blooming! I guess timing is everything, and since the festival runs for about a month, apparently the best time to go is towards the end.

They're also known for "Kiku-ningyo," mannequins dressed in costumes made of chrysanthemums. We got to see those this time, and they're quite elaborate. Some of the flowers were already wilting a bit; they must have to ...