Dogoonsen Yamatoya Honten

Address: 20-8 Dogoyunomachi, Matsuyama, Ehime, Shikoku, 790-0842, Japan | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located in the Dogo Onsen area of Matsuyama, is near Matsuyama Castle and Dogo Onsen.
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      Travel Blogs from Matsuyama

      Matsuyama show video

      A travel blog entry by cynthiana.diane on Nov 13, 2014

      4 comments

      Clandestine. Synonyms: covert, illicit, surreptitious, under-the-radar.

      As I have mentioned in the past, taking video or photographs during performance (except by newspapers) is strictly forbidden at POP Circus.Their biggest concern is that they'll end up on youtube and no one will come to the ...

      Onsen Town

      A travel blog entry by jacandpito on Nov 13, 2014

      8 photos

      After a pretty rough few days it as time to warmup and relax in the lovely town of Matsuyama. This town has a rich history as having one of the oldest Onsens in Japan. It is a beautiful town and we stayed in a traditional Ryokan at backpackers prices which included its own private Onsen. That evening we were both tired and beat up so downloaded a no thinking required Hollywood comedy and enjoyed the warmth. We spent ...

      Riding the Inland Sea

      A travel blog entry by jacandpito on Nov 11, 2014

      17 photos

      ... green and I can't describe how awful I felt. In half an hours time my family were burying my Gran in Parkes and I was in Japan facing 'sakana'. Instead we went out to Sunset Beach and held a minutes silence. It was so peaceful and quiet with only one boat out on the horizon. I thought about Gran, and Scotty too, and everyone back at home hoping they were getting through the grave side funeral ok. They later told me it all went beautifully with a tribute of tomatoes and wheat ...

      Bridges To Shikoku

      A travel blog entry by housi.muller on Nov 01, 2014

      2 comments, 9 photos

      ... rather then pay a hostel. Camping in Japan is allowed, nobody will come after you for trespassing. It is however not really common, as people who do this are more from the poorer side of society. So by passers may look a bit strange at you, but seeing you are an "alien", you are excused.
      Some of the money I saved for not booking a hostel, I spend for a wonderful meal in a restaurant, Japanese food really is great.
      To reach the smallest of ...

      Matsuyama fun while Chris sits at a conference

      A travel blog entry by jamiekrussell on Feb 22, 2014

      91 photos

      ... watching the Botchan Karakuri Clock go off at 10:00. One of the area's claims to fame is being the setting of a famous book, Botchan, by Natsume Soseki. Famous characters and scenes from the book adorn the clock and move after the clock rises up from its base on the hour.
      My next sight was related to another claim to fame, a haiku post box. Matsuyama was the birthplace of Masaoka Shiki, said to be one of the masters of the haiku poem. Throughout the city there are post ...