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Honey Moon: Day 4 Night

Noboribetsu Sekisui-Tei (登别石水亭)

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Noboribetsu Sekisui-Tei (登别石水亭)

The reception at Noboribetsu

The reception at Noboribetsu

This will be our resting place for tonight. The most smelly, yet very famous Onsen in Noboribetsu. Why? The strong sulfur smell along the corridor towards our room will make you puke. Luckily, the restaurant is still "free" from sulfur smell. Since our dinner is usually at 7pm, and we have some time to spare (around 1 hour plus), we have decided to go to the nearby street for shopping (since they close at 8pm). There are a few nice statues along the street. We bought quite a few stuffs, such as Mini Cream Puff, Bookmarks & Magnets for friends and ourselves, Honey for Family (got to check out the shop name, nice honey and luckily they do accept credit card). The honey is really good! And they are also VERY HEAVY!

OUCH" I got hit!

OUCH" I got hit!


Post a mail?

Post a mail?

Cute horse with scarf

Cute horse with scarf

The night falls very quickly, and the weather turn super cold at night. This is the first time that I feel so intensive cold, that I just want to go back and drink hot water! Even though there are "fumes/smokes" from the hot "spring", it is still cold!!!

Finally, after "running" up the slope in order to reach our hotel, we go back to our room to unload our "hunting" before proceeding to our dinner.

Our Dinner

Our Dinner

He is hungry

He is hungry

Mi in Yukata, standing outside the restaurant

Mi in Yukata, standing outside the restaurant

Both of us in Yukata

Both of us in Yukata

Noboribetsu Sekisui-Tei (登别石水亭)
Tel: 0143-84-2255
Address: Noboribetsu Onsen-cho 203-1, Noboribetsu-shi, Hokkaido 059-0596
http://www.sekisuitei.com/index.html

That will marks the end of Day 4 Night. Of course, we arranged our luggage before sleeping. Having a headache on how to pack the honey~

Posted by dacylet 02:01 Archived in Japan Tagged lodging

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