Tags » Tsukuba

18 Tsukuba Shiyakusho Tsukubakoryu Center

This walk starts at a bus stop and goes around Hojo. I have been to this area many, many times. It is very popular for cycling as it is near the start of the Fudo Pass. 619 more words

Ibaraki

22 Makabechō Iitsuka

I am a bit torn about this post. I really should explain all the places, but it is a small area and easy to explore. Basically, you should go there and wander around, it really is awesome. 340 more words

Ibaraki

Siput pertama

okeh… (sambil tarik nafas, dan mulai berfikir) ! 😜

mengingat sensei (sebutan profesor bimbingan saya) tidak suka kalo saya terlalu sering maenan fesbuk (ini sepertinya dia khawatir saya jadi gak belajar serius 😁, padahal yaaaa kan saya emang hobi nulis ajah, hobi cerita, kan sebenernya belajar mah belajar, fesbuk mah fesbuk) jadilah tulisan saya alihkan ke wordpress ini aja. 322 more words

63. Japan: Ibaraki

This painting is “Landscape of Kasumigaura” (霞ヶ浦風景) by Takematsu Mitarai (御手洗 竹松). Kasumigaura, in Ibaraki Prefecture, is Japan’s second largest lake. Since 1988 Mitarai lives in Ibaraki at the foot of Mount Tsukuba (Tsukuba-san: 筑波山) and is known for painting the beauty of this mountain. 105 more words

Magnet

Health - Mt. Tsukuba

Yes, another mountain post. We went to Takaosan (see post) last year during a national holiday…and have learned a big lesson. Which made us go on a weekday this time. 198 more words

Japan

Exhibition: Another Brick in the Wall

10 June 2017, 11:00 – 17:30 Saturday
Laboratory of Advanced Research A
University of Tsukuba

“Another Brick in The Wall” problematises the notion of a classroom to enable an opening for a continuing discourse on intellectual emancipation. 1,066 more words

Jong Pairez

Hiking Trip: Mt. Tsukuba (Miyukigahara Trail)

Basic Info

Location: Tsukuba, Ibaraki Prefecture
Height: Nantai Peak (877 m); Nyotai Peak (871 m)
Difficulty: Absolute beginner to intermediate
Duration: Climb – approximately 2 hours on a leisurely pace… 880 more words

Japan