Ogiya

Address: 10-3-19 Shitsutechuo, Kamisu, Ibaraki Prefecture, Kanto, 314-0112, Japan | Ryokan
 
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This ryokan is located on 10-3-19 Shitsutechuo, Kamisu.
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Travel Blogs from Kamisu

The Last 2 Weeks!

A travel blog entry by donnellyramble on May 26, 2015

... high as famous Skytree. Not very clear day but mostly city until horizon in every direction. Back to Akihabara for darts bar and honey toast dessert (amazing).

20th May –
Back to Asakusa to see the temple without massive crowds. Some shopping (Baskin Robbins for breakfast!) then Ueno park to stroll about. Lovely and chilled. We tried a capsule hotel in evening – like sleeping in a dorm but a bit more private. Very warm and clock light ...

I Found Wifi!

A travel blog entry by msbnbennett on May 17, 2015

4 comments, 2 photos

... When I get to Chicago it will be about 3:00pm Sunday. Which is weird because it's pretty much like I'm going back in time. I basically get to live Sunday twice hahah. My traveling is about halfway finished. Next stop is Chicago and then Harrisburg; then I will be done traveling by airplane. So excited! So you all in ...

Aomori

A travel blog entry by cherylhilario on Aug 20, 2014

23 photos

... that I had heard about. It was called the Nebuta Museum and it housed the five floats from the most recent festival. The festival is every year and it attracts around 3 million tourists. The parade route is about 3.1 km long and has as many as 22 plus floats. The surface layer of the floats are made out of high quality Japanese paper and illuminated using light bulbs. They are very brightly colored and ...

Flying is great! The Japanese way!

A travel blog entry by chantalgratton on Oct 15, 2013

1 comment, 1 photo

... can watch us move across the map. Quite fun to follow. It's also great getting snacks and drinks. No sushi though, I know Katrine must be disappointed. Lots of good macha tea though, which is nice! It's also been good for my throat, which gets very dry, and Katrine is drinking lots of juice. With the time changes and sleeping periods between meals, it is hard to keep up with the "time of day". Katrine's watch is set to Ottawa ...

Some Final Notes and a Sad Sayonara to Japan

A travel blog entry by rt9812 on Jan 17, 2013

3 comments

... my brief and feeble analysis doesn't address. So, on less serious points- Chop sticks, hashi, are the ways forward. I now firmly consider myself converted. I think we struggle with them in England because we are eating eastern food, with western concepts of table manners. The second you start sipping from bowls and slurping noodles it all falls into place and admittedly, sometimes your lap. The flavours and ingredients used are pretty different. It takes ...