Inuyama International Youth Hostel

Address: 162-1 Hirmuro, Tsugao, Inuyama, Aichi, Chubu, 484-0091, Japan | Hostel
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This hostel, located on 162-1 Hirmuro, Tsugao, Inuyama, is near Inuyama Castle, Meiji Mura, The Little World Museum of Man, and Urakuen Garden.
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    Travel Blogs from Inuyama

    Day 7 in Japan (to Kyoto)

    A travel blog entry by chrishiggins on Oct 13, 2015

    in Nagoya at Tokyu Hotel, breakfast at Starbucks down road ham miyou cheese roll. checkout of hotel at 12pm 2taxis to Nagoya station 15000 yen each $15. Train ride to Kyoto About 35 mins. Taxi to San Crane Hotel 900 yen. 4pm to Gion area Dinner at Tullys coffee shop. 6pm cultural show at Gion corner, saw 3 real ...

    Day 5 in Japan

    A travel blog entry by chrishiggins on Oct 11, 2015

    Leave Tokyu Hotel 8.10 am, Taxi to Nagoya Station. Train arrive 8:45am left exactly 9am. 50min train ride. To Nakataugawa Then 40 minutes bus ride to. Start 8.5km walk with 800m incline through town ... Best scenery ever. Pickup Small suitcase at info centre, then a bus at 4pm and ...

    Day 4 in Japan (travel to Nagoya

    A travel blog entry by chrishiggins on Oct 10, 2015

    Load washing 100yen, $1' dryer 300yen 1.5hrs. Breakfast 8am, leave hotel 11:30, taxi to Shinjuku station, Train from Shinjuku to Tokyo Station, semi express stop at 4 stations out of 10. Leave Tokyo station 1:03 on shinkozan from Platform 17, 16 carriages we were on number 14, carriages 8,9'10 were green car first class. only took a bit over 2 hours, local train 2 stations, walk 2 blocks. Tokyu Hotel Quad ...

    Tsumago to Magome

    A travel blog entry by mikerosemarie on Oct 08, 2015

    21 photos

    ... Then they brought us cake! We were treated so well and they were so happy it was a wonderful time. They asked us to draw on a board (8x10) for their wall something to depict where we were from so Margaret, the artist, took the pen. She did a great job drawing Vancouver Island, trees, Butchart Gardens, Japanese and Canadian flags joined by a heart and the date and our names. Most excellent work. Alas, it was time to continue on our trails and we had to leave, we decided before ...

    Nagoya and the Japanese Grand Prix

    A travel blog entry by kayna on Sep 25, 2015

    83 photos

    ... the subway to Meijo park and strolled around the outskirts of it, on our way to Nagoya castle. Our first view of the castle was stunning, with the Japanese style curved roofs peaking out from the top of a defensive wall, covered in greenery. Between us and this wall was a tranquil moat, complete with reflections of the curved roofs we could see. We stopped to admire the scene for a few moments before deciding to try and navigate the moat and defensive walls to find our ...