Every year during the second last week of February, Mito’s Kairakuen plays host to the Mito Plum Festival. Thanks to its long ..
Kairaku-en is a Japanese garden located in Mito, Ibaraki, Japan. It is served by the Jōban Line via Kairakuen Station, which is only open during the plum blossom season. Along with Kenroku-en and Koraku-en, it is considered one of the Three Great Gardens of Japan. [Wikipedia]
The Hotel Season Mito is located close to JR Mito Station. Featuring all of the modern comforts, the hotel is close to many places..
Hidden in the back of a building, with only a very simply sign advertising it, is one of Mito’s best-kept secrets. Rin is an e..
Spicy Tandoor’s curry is delicious, and there is no other place in Mito to eat on a budget, especially considering the massive..
The Drunken Duck, one of the best places to eat or drink in Ibaraki, is located in Mito City (as well as a second location in Katsuta)..
Finally reopened after several long months of reconstruction, Mito’s historically rich Kobuntei could be considered the jewel ..
One of Mito’s landmark attractions is the beautiful Lake Senba, a part of the famous Kairakuen Park. Though it is a man-made l..
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