114 Yubara Onsen, Maniwa, Okayama Prefecture, Chugoku, 717-0402, Japan | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Maniwa

New way

A travel blog entry by sazuni on Aug 02, 2014

... you're far away from everything and only nature is there. Meestal loop ik met Kanta (de hond) dezelfde route. Het pad achter het guesthouse volgend tot jr bij de vijver aankomt, waarna je rechts en later links afslaat om vervolgens het pad te volgen dat je dieper het bos in brengt. Dit is vooral een leuke route om te lopen als het heeft geregend en de spinnenwebben vol met druppels hangen. Maar vandaag heb ik een ...

Sweets farm

A travel blog entry by sazuni on Jul 20, 2014

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... we verschillende dingen zoals: - naar de markt gaan waar we snoepjes genaamd salamino en gedroogde pione (een soort druiven) verkopen - gras en onkruid wieden, niet een ideale bezigheid wanneer het warm is, maar het resultaat is fijn om te zien. - de hond uitlaten, een goede mogelijkheid om de natuur en omgeving te verkennen - natuurlijk, het maken van de ...

Adachi Museum of Art

A travel blog entry by misocutlet on Aug 23, 2010

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... is JPY500), but the English version doesn't have as full explanation for paintings as the Japanese version. The main feature of the collection was Yokoyama Taikan's paintings. He is one of the most famous ink painters living from the Meiji through Taisho to Showa Period. The founder of the museum, Adachi Zenko, loved his works and collected about 130 paintings of his, so this museum is dubbed as Taikan's museum. ...

More Onsens and a Japanese garden

A travel blog entry by jon-daniella on Jun 21, 2008

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... Our food however was not the easiest meal we have both ever eaten. We are quite adventurous eaters, even Daniella as she is a bit new to eating fish, there were just some really weird foodstuffs put in front of us here. Some we could not decipher what on earth they are, just that they came from the sea and dont taste that good. We enjoyed our old favourites such as sashimi, tempura , beef and crab, but there were just too many things we ...

Climbing Daisen

A travel blog entry by anslwithers on Jun 03, 2008

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We climbed the extinct volcano of Daisen today. Nearly 3 hours up and a punishing 2 hours down. Sadly it was very misty and drizzly so we saw very little except a few pleasant locals that we passed on the way. I don't think they get very many foreigners in these parts. Legs hurt ...


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