Business Hotel Yamanishi

Address: 4-37 Goken-cho, Nasushiobara, Tochigi Prefecture, Kanto, 329-2753, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 4-37 Goken-cho, Nasushiobara.
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Travel Blogs from Nasushiobara


A travel blog entry by ruby_travel on Oct 26, 2015

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... the train moves off etc etc. You find yourself reciprocating to a degree.

We came across so many lovely people and spoke to many people in our travels. Unfortunately, communication is an issue as not many people we came across spoke much English and our Japanese is woeful so we were unable to get any direct insight into ...


A travel blog entry by nreid on Oct 23, 2015

22 photos

... War 2. The garden was serene and showing good autumn colours, though not yet at their peak.

A visit to Kirifuri waterfalls that involved a short walk along a quite uneven path with quite a few steps in poor light finished off the day before the long slow drive back to Tokyo. Part way we stopped at this "food court" type place that was very busy and oddly out of context with its surrounds. As we only had a short break ...

Never Say Kekko...

A travel blog entry by gingerschilling on Oct 22, 2015

40 photos

... World Heritage site. We were just in time to watch the ringing of a large gong along the grand boulevard. We walked through the the largest stone Torii gate in Japan. Goju-no-To, a five story Buddhist pagoda, towered in between majestic trees. Our tour guide explained that one of the reasons Tosho-gu is so special is that it contains both Shinto and Buddhist elements. In addition, Tosho-gu was constructed in 1636 by 4.5 million artists and craftsmen at a price tag of $333 million ...


A travel blog entry by gisworqer on Oct 09, 2015

3 comments, 24 photos

Today I took a train up to the mountains north of Tokyo to a touristy town called Nikko. The area is a UNESCO World Heritage site. I left a bit too late in the day to see everything I wanted to, but visited a shrine from the 1600's of shogun Tokugawa ...

From the rush hour to the consecrated mountain

A travel blog entry by jandwinjapan on Sep 28, 2015

1 comment, 50 photos

... to the Nikko nature reserve and in that reserve is the most lavishly decorated temple complex of Japan. There is a buddhist temple, several shinto shrines, a bunch of mausolea and a pagoda, a bunch of torii's and a number of gates. All this in a thick forest with majestic cedars on a mountain. It is amazingly beautiful. Leading up to the entrance is a very famous bridge, of course there was a wedding party here as well: the area is ...