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Villa of Kingdom of Hawaii, Shibukawa

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  • It is a House, Ltd., Hall had used more than 100 years ago, Hawaii was still a independent country. Or you are just using old glass, distortion and transparency is an indescribable atmosphere exudes. What scars repaired long ago, during the wall confirmed intact 0/1955 newspaper. I think different tour stop at the Museum next door, and looks. Right next to the 5 to 6 cars can be parked for free parking is available.
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  • Downright rustic summer is boring buildings. I think the views of the mountains. In addition, since the garden there are a little under the leaves are very simple and can be taken in the near.
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  • Climb the ikaho stone steps district and along the way, former Hawaiian Kingdom Envoy's House are stored cleanly. Can be freely into the building, it is free so just stop. Next to the Museum, clearly links the ikaho and Hawaii. ★ Let's also go is nice garden.
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Where to stay in Shibukawa

A convenient transport hub for explorations of the hot spring resort towns in the region, Shibukawa offers a handful of fairly plain hotels close to the main train station, and along the route the train follows. Most visitors opt to stay in one of the hot spring resort towns, with Ikaho to the west particularly popular. There, you'll find some luxury resorts, a smattering of ordinary hotels, and the showstopping ryokans, complete with onsite onsens--one of the staples of visits to the area.
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