NEO Camping Park

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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I must say the air quality here is amazing ... I am actually coughing up stuff in my lungs from China... yuck!
It is so quiet and peaceful here. You don't really here a lot of noise. The people here seem very friendly and are always saying thank you and excuse me.
My first few days here Megan has taken me around ...

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

A travel blog entry by buzzoftheredbee on Sep 02, 2014

I have left my love "China" and am heading back to the States. I was in China for thee years! I will miss is there. However I get to stop by and say hello to my good friends Megan and Nick. They used to live and work in China with me. It is so good to see them!
They live in Gifu (Guh - ee - Foo) city Japan. It is a beautiful place! I love it. ...

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

... ago. The region is known for their fine cuisine and craftsman for many artisanal products. Esther was a fine host, and showed me many things during this very quick visit. I was fortunate to have met her and have her share so many things with me ...

Foxes, Snakes and Racoons

A travel blog entry by rt9812 on Jan 01, 2013

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After a 9 o'clock rise, the new years day traditions take no time to begin. Later we would be going to a bigger temple with some of Hannah's family, but first more food. More mochi, in soup and grilled, and then some more azuki. I ate twenty three of the sugary black beans, one for everyone year I have been alive. This represents how we should make the most of everday, take pleasure and not ignore the small things in life and to do new things everyday. A ...