Family Lodge Hatagoya Numataten

Address: 15-38 Kuyaharamachi, Numata, Gunma Prefecture, Kanto, 378-0005, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 15-38 Kuyaharamachi, Numata.
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Travel Blogs from Numata

Nikko, Japan

A travel blog entry by kevin_and_jonah on Jun 16, 2015

5 comments, 8 photos

... in Nikko it is most famous for the Toshugu Shrine. The shrine dates back to the 1600s and the architecture is incredible. To see all of the buildings required not only a lot of walking, but climbing A LOT of steps. It was a challenge for out-of-shape me, but happily I was able to keep up with kids.

After touring the temples for ...

Nikko festivities

A travel blog entry by mattstanbridge on May 18, 2015

1 comment, 92 photos

... I tentatively answered in Japanese to tell them I was British this was met with huge grins and wide eyed acknowledgement as I'd managed a sentence in Japanese! My gloating didn't last long as they fired more questions at me and I could only look on blankly, we managed to communicate with a few laughs and I was offered a blanket to sit on and to share some food before the main precession in the afternoon which was very impressive and apparently ...

Day 44: Nikko, Utsunomiya

A travel blog entry by millieandjames on May 17, 2015

6 photos

WE DID: - Shinkansen (bullet train) from Tokyo to Utsunomiya to leave our bags at the hotel for tonight - JR train to the World Heritage site and National Park of Nikko - pottered from the station through the town to Shin-kyo bridge, originally built in 1636 - walked through woods to Toshu-gu shrine, discovering there was a ...

Day 6 - Lauren Mackson

A travel blog entry by tcu on May 17, 2015

... and fragile. The quiet on trains as to not disturb any fellow traveler. And of course, the bowing to show modesty and respect. I am sure that the development of these aspects of Japanese culture is multifaceted. However, these actions show to me that despite all the technological advancements in the world and how fast paced the environment gets, there is always time to respect one ...

Day 6-Anna

A travel blog entry by tcu on May 16, 2015

Every day in Japan gets better and better. Yesterday night was by far one of the most absurd/entertaining nights I'll ever have. The Japan Robot show is one of my favorite things I've seen in Japan so far. Today was more of a relaxing day because it was a travel day. Although it was not as adventurous as the robot show, it was a fun day. My friends ...