Yukinoya

409 Tomisawa, Kamuicho, Asahikawa, Kamikawa, Hokkaido, 070-8024, Japan | Ryokan
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This ryokan is located on 409 Tomisawa, Kamuicho, Asahikawa.
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Travel Blogs from Asahikawa

Lots of flowers a waterfall and a blue pond

A travel blog entry by tellthestoryeve on Aug 10, 2014

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... name is Hiroto and came all the way from Tokyo by train.

On our way to Biei, where the Blue Pond is, we got surprised by the ocean of flowers on the side of the road. The colours of the flowers are so bright and go in waves over the hill. Of course I take some pictures and I would love to stay here and watch the flowers all day, but there are so many other things we will see today.

The location of ...

Weekend road trip!!

A travel blog entry by tellthestoryeve on Aug 09, 2014

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... who stay in the hostel. They are all Japanese except me. Most of them can speak a little English. I talked a bit with Takao a Japanese maths teacher. Japanese people are kind of preserved. They try to keep their life secret for you. So they will do if they didn't hear your question or they try to be very secret about it and talk around it.

And after a nice skype session with my parents it is already bed time. The beds are so soft!
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Powder day

A travel blog entry by jvevfvf on Mar 10, 2014

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What a magic day. In the morning we made fresh tracks through powder knee deep, which was magic. Later we did some off piste skiing through waist deep powder which was fun but tricky. Fell once, and couldn't get out of the snow to put the skis on! In the afternoon we did shorter runs through soft powder until the pain made us stop for the day Hot bath with beer to finish off the ...

Furano to Bear Mountain

A travel blog entry by kathy9669 on Aug 10, 2013

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... in the form of a pitstop for the Buta-don. For 850 yen, we had a delicious bowl of freshly made but a don with a bowl of miso soup and some tea. All prepared by the group of senior citizens who looked to be in charge of operating the rest stop restaurant. Yet another moment of inspiration for the way the elderly conduct their day to day activity while staying as productive as they can be. Respect to that and made sure I finish my Buta-don.

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Furano

A travel blog entry by kathy9669 on Aug 09, 2013

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... the Ohashi Cherry Farm. It was one of the most interesting experience of this trip. It could be my bias for cherry - one of my favourite fruits. For 1000 yen, you eat all you can in the cherry field. It was mind boggling for a city person to be picking cherries from a cherry tree. Before this, I had no clue what a cherry tree even looked like! After cherry ...