Gero Royal Hotel Miyabi-tei

Address: 758-15 Yunoshima, Gero, Gifu, Chubu, 509-2207, Japan | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located in the Gero Onsen area of Gero.
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      Into the Mountains of Takayama

      A travel blog entry by brenton-alan on Apr 03, 2015

      13 photos

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      The train ride to Takayama was good. Plenty of nice scenery, especially when we climbed higher into the alps. Still lots of snow/ice on the ground. We arrive into Takayama around 3pm and made our way to the hotel, which was a 5 minute walk. The weather is really nice so we get straight back out and walk the streets till dark.
      The old streets in Takayama are really cool, with some business dating back over 250 years, and still going strong. Mainly selling Sake and Soy ...

      Magnificent, majestic, snowy mountains

      A travel blog entry by chrismcg on Mar 29, 2015

      2 comments, 28 photos

      ... looked after.
      Also on display, was a 'shishigashir" (lion's mask). Apparently the Japanese of the time had never seen a real lion, although they considered it the king of the beasts. The lion mask was considered to have magical powers and they adopted a lion dance to exorcise evil and to pray for a good harvest. I also took a picture of the lion costumes worn by men during the festivals.
      I took a picture of one of the ...

      Calmer in Takayama

      A travel blog entry by david142 on Mar 29, 2015

      2 comments, 10 photos

      ... other hand ate his fill enough to politely say "goshiso-usama deshita" which means it was a real feast, which put the biggest of smiles on our hosts face.

      Off to the Hida village to see old traditional Japanese houses and way of life. Although it was only ten minutes by bus we were amazed at how much snow there was - it was a few feet deep in places and some of the houses were cordoned off for safety. Their life seemed very tough.



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      Takayama, a town in the heart of the Japanese alps

      A travel blog entry by proffdude on Mar 24, 2015

      23 photos

      After moving on every couple of days, we decided to enjoy 5 nights in one spot. Takayama was a lovely little town with the river running through it and shrines galore amongst the cedar trees. The town is renowned for its carpentry and its Hida beef. Both are excellent!! The beef is usually cut very thinly so it melts in your mouth. ...

      Takayama day 2

      A travel blog entry by kate.timaeus on Mar 18, 2015

      47 photos

      ... stores in the country. A low level building with hundreds of sliding panel doors. For our evening meal we went to a Japanese bar-b-q restaurant where we ate the local Hida beef cooked at our table. It is similar to Kobe beef, it has a very marbled look and tastes divine. As we left it had started raining and it is set to last until tomorrow but we have another train journey down to the coastal region so not really a ...