Hida Highland Hotel

80-1 Sugo, Furukawacho, Hida, Gifu Prefecture, Chubu, 509-4201, Japan | Hotel
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Day 16 - Falling ice, and the best burger on Earth

A travel blog entry by apat


... it. If it did, it was wasted because you couldn't taste it.

2 new dishes on tonight's menu was a bowl of raw, purple teeny tiny whole squids, no more than an inch long each, and a dish of chawanmushi, which is a hot savory gelatinous egg custard, which usually has stuff embedded in it. Tonight for our pleasure there was eel, some kind of mussel, and some strangely mummified vegetables sitting in it. I suspect they ceased being vegetables long ...

Day 15 - Onsen and Hida beef in Takayama

A travel blog entry by apat


... I was the only one on the train that did, was that on many of the beaches there were rows and rows of what appeared to be concrete caltrops, which if I'm not mistaken are leftover anti tank and anti landing craft devices which would have been deployed along these very same beaches during world war 2 to slow down any invading hostile forces attempting to land. It would seem that these have been re-purposed on many of these same ...


A travel blog entry by markallen

... bones at an onsen town called Gero. An Onsen is a Japanese hot spring, and although there are several natural ones (in rivers, lakes, etc.), several towns with a high hot spring activity have drawn water from hot springs into sculpted surroundings at their hotels or spas. In the case of Gero, there are both, but we opted for the hotels, and visited two such establishments. Each of these hotels had an outdoor and indoor ...

Takayama City Visit

A travel blog entry by canadiansmiley

Takayama is one of my favourite towns where with tons of tourists wondering around, it is still worth the visit. I started of by the Morning Market visit. Street full of vendors and merchants. Hida culture and way of living is huge in this region. Takayama art ...

Takayama Arrival

A travel blog entry by canadiansmiley

I took the early morning fast train to Nagoya then the local train to Takayama. By noon I arrived at the K's House Hostel. A lot smaller than the one in Kyoto but still good. I decided to head out to the Folk Village for a visit of the old traditional houses. These are homes which date back for 2 or more centuries back but still used to keep the tradition. Hida beef is one of the famouse beef in the region and it worth ...


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