NEO Camping Park

Address: 1428-1 Shimoosu, Neo, Motosu, Gifu Prefecture, Chubu, 501-1512, Japan | Campground
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This campground is located on 1428-1 Shimoosu, Neo, Motosu.
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Travel Blogs from Motosu

My first few days in Japan

A travel blog entry by buzzoftheredbee on Sep 04, 2014

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"Ni hao" ... oops, I mean.... "Konnichiwa"

A travel blog entry by buzzoftheredbee on Sep 02, 2014

... so nice, quiet, and calm here. The city is in the country side, which makes it all the more appealing to me!
I have noticed that people here a lot more quieter and polite... and I feel like a loud mouth baboon talking and walking down the street!
I get to rent a bike and shop around today! I am looking forward to seeing what the day ...

Gifu!

A travel blog entry by wwoofers on Jul 07, 2014

1 comment, 41 photos

We still had some time to kill before our next wwoof host so we decided to lounge around in Gifu city for a few days. Although not regarded as a historic landmark like Kyoto or even Takayama, Gifu had all the requirements for a good sightseeing spot...food, castles and new experiences.

Our main reason for heading to Gifu was to see the Giant Buddha, one of the three largest in Japan. This Buddha was constructed over the span of 40 years ...

A day of work in Kyoto

A travel blog entry by joshhodapp on Oct 11, 2013

24 photos

I had a great tour guide. Her name was Esther, and she is a Kyoto-based architect and designer, who took me around and showed me some great things. Kyoto is extremely rich in heritage and culture. The emperor used to live here, but relocated to Tokyo ...

Foxes, Snakes and Racoons

A travel blog entry by rt9812 on Jan 01, 2013

4 photos

... us all a triangle of fried tofu on a loop of tied straw and a small candle. As we entered we washed our hands to clense ourselves from the previous years sins using an elongate stone basins and wooden ladles. The inside of the temple was rammed. There are five or so different areas, where different prayers are made and everyone was pushing to the front. Firstly we lit a candle to pray for the recently deceased. Then, in a different area, the triangle of ...