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The bar is adorned with pictures of no other than Robert DiNiro. It’s a great night spot with average drink prices and decent food. The atmosphere is very friendly and casual with a good mix of locals and foreigners.
Dress Code: no dress code
Updated Mar 31, 2007
This is located near the international departures lobby at Toyama Airport.
This artful and stylish drinking fountain features fresh spring water which is delicious and refreshing. You may also brew yourself some tea with the water using machine next to the fountain (not pictured).
Written Aug 13, 2004
if u r comming to live her for more than one year, and depending on driving licence. then u should plan to pay not less than 500 dollars to make the japanese licence.
driving rules in japan should be taken seriously cause the penalty might reach 2000 dollars.
Written Nov 17, 2008
Clothing/Shoes/Weather Gear: You would be well advised to take an umbrella with you. Generally speaking, weather in the whole Hokuriku area (Toyama/Ishikawa/Fukui) is unstable at best. I would also advise a rain coat and water proof boots, especially if you’re coming in the winter. The streets have kind of sprinkler system that shoots water, sometimes 3 to 4 feet high, so they can clear snow and ice. The result is a very slushy mess and unhappy pedestrians. You most unhappiest moment will be when a car drives at 50mph covering you in ice cold wet slush.
Written Oct 7, 2007
himi , kozakai beach
just sand and water and no waves, just perfect for kids and family. its in himi city just next door to toyama but its much more better than iwase beach, cause the water is alittle bite more clearer.
the beach i went to in himi coast was kozakai beach, which was said the best in himi.
Equipment: swimming equibements, tent or umbrella, food i prefer BBQ.
Updated Jul 21, 2008
Address: its 15 mins from himi wraf port.