Nagominoyado Iida

Address: 28 Yobetsu-cho, Shakotan-cho, Shakotan-gun, Hokkaido, 046-0322 , Japan | Ryokan
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This ryokan is located on 28 Yobetsu-cho, Shakotan-cho.
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    Farewell to José - Tour Otaru Japan

    A travel blog entry by foxiii on Oct 13, 2014

    20 photos

    ... the canal. As the ship prepares to leave some Japanese drummers are sending us off. They are a very friendly and courteous people. I decided to have a nice quick, quiet meal alone tonight after a busy day but Capucine and Nathalie soon invited me to join the captains table and some of the crew, I didn't want to intrude but I really didn't have any choice when she grabbed my wine glass and said follow me across the other side of the restaurant. The Captain announces ...

    Back to Japan - process through immigration again

    A travel blog entry by meznglenn on Sep 14, 2014

    8 photos

    ... a surprise! Refreshed again, we walk down to the canal to take a bit of a look while we wait for the bus to the Ropeway. It's pretty quiet at the moment. We eventually get to the Ropeway and the view is amazing. It's a pretty clear today. Further up the mountain is a luge. This is a well known ski area in the winter and the city of Sapporo which is about 35km away has hosted the Winter Olympics. Also here there is an enclosure where you can view and feed the ...

    A day trip to Otaru

    A travel blog entry by tellthestoryeve on Aug 16, 2014

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    ... to taste one of these. I choose for the few safer flavours. So I took Belgium chocolate and Roses. And that tasted lovely!
    Otaru is a very nice town and I had a good stroll through the nice old streets. I even watched a local young girl brassband playing on the square next to the harbour. Around lunch time I took a bus to the cable car of mountain Tenguyama to see the city from above. The view was so lovely from up there. I sat down for a while eating my ...

    Local train experience and cooking at the table

    A travel blog entry by silo on Aug 06, 2014

    12 photos

    ... in this remote part of the world

    Finally after 7 hours we arrived in Otaru, went straight to the port area where the old warehouses along the canal that was built to connect an ore mine with the port. These old warehouses are now converted to a brewery (very recommendable beer) and restaurants.

    We selected a place where we sat at a table with a inled charcoal grill and made our own meal


    Otaru City

    A travel blog entry by jennisan on Mar 16, 2014

    8 photos

    ... some Mexican food. After lunch we walked around the city some more and went to the Otaru canal. It was about 3:30 and we got to the Otaru train station and some people went to Sappro for the night. Kylie and I and some others went back to Chitose. We rode the train back. It's about a 45 minute train ride. Kylie had Emma and Sophie were in my room and they were writing a song and then they played Uno. After they ...