Akakura Wakui Hotel
Photos of Akakura Wakui Hotel
TripAdvisor Reviews Akakura Wakui Hotel Myoko
Travel Blogs from Myoko
... as once you get going it can get very hot. The spot he took us too had no one else around, hard to believe that in summer it is a golf course. It has about 3 m of snow coating it! We had some of the local trees and wildlife footprints pointed out along the way, mostly fox and rabbit but we saw weasel tracks as well. The actual walking is quite easy once you get the hang. I only fell over once and that was because I was trying to stand on one ...
... by our host at the train station and taken in his van down the windy snow lined roads to our guesthouse Mont Cervin. It has about 5 rooms and is decorated to look like someone's house, very cosy and most importantly warm. We were able to check in and settle before being taken into town for a meal. We were taken to a recommendation to Udon Fu where I had a tempura with udon soup. Wow ...
... food from a vending machine- we needed help doing this! The guy cooking makes up your delicious soup with Ramen noodles and slices of pork, a soft boiled egg and some greens. It was soo tasty and cost about $7 a bowl. Back at Guesthouse Kura, we had a couple of beers and a guy staying there had some snacks to try as well as Marina gave us a try of some chocolate and a little white bean paste chicken shaped thingy which was quite ...
... on rice. They were filling and rich. The tempura vegies came with little prawns and scallops which I thought was interesting as we were ordering vegies, it would be hard to be a vego here. Lucky we are not. Back at Kura we sat in the lounge room and chatted with the others, a couple of guys were being interviewed by a writer who does articles about some of the tourists who stay here. We sat and listened til our fluffy warm beds ...
It is annoying when phones don't change to the local time and the alarm goes off at 5. Oh well, I managed to snooze a little bit after that. We ventured out into the the morning 5* sunshine to find something to line our tummies. There were lots of eating places last night around the train station so we headed back that way. There were lots of choices but quite popular was a small cafe which had ham and egg toasted sandwiches, tea and coffee. We grabbed one of those which ...
Other places to stay in Myoko
Akakura Onsen, Myoko | Hotelfrom $86
Akakura Onsen, Myoko | Hotelfrom $128
Akakura Onsen, Penneshaw | Ranchfrom $161
120-8 Inoyama, Myoko | Hotelfrom $76
Akakura Onsen, Myoko | Hotelfrom $115
1435-1 Taguchi, Myoko | Hotelfrom $179
4-11-18 Yanaidacho, Myoko | Hotelfrom $61
Akakura Onsen, Myoko | Hotelfrom $111
Akakura Onsen, Myoko | Hotelfrom $134