Hidenoya

Address: 2-9 Chikumachi, Iida, Nagano Prefecture, Chubu, 395-0045, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 2-9 Chikumachi, Iida.
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Travel Blogs from Iida

Hiking in Hakuba

A travel blog entry by paablo on Sep 02, 2014

9 photos

... on this trail. Good boots and steady feet were definitely a requirement to progress further up the mountain. While I was only equipped with my walking shoes, I wished I had planned ahead to get to the top. I wanted to keep hiking but I was not sure how high up the mountain went and if the difficultly would be too much with my lack of equipment and preparation. After 20 minutes or so of hiking I decided to turn back and meet up with my ...

The Battle of Sekigahara

A travel blog entry by cdavis0496 on Aug 03, 2014

3 comments, 30 photos

... after the grueling hike, I would not have miss this opportunity. The first 2 hours of the hike, I was around people that were checking out the sites close to the city. Once I got to location #8 and #9, I left the city and hit the dirt trails. Even though all the signs were in Japanese as well as the monument descriptions, I knew the background of the battle well enough to piece together who died where and ...

Old Japan

A travel blog entry by 12thousand500 on Jul 06, 2014

1 photo

... it has a very old population. Tsumago seemed to attract a few young Japanese couples on romantic getaways (precious little of that anyway, considering Japan's romance problem) and a few foreign tourists (there was a large Irish family there) but mostly old Japanese women traveling both independently and on tours. And when I say old, I mean really old--like late 80s old.

So, obviously the older guys have died by that ...

Ancient Cedars

A travel blog entry by wwoofers on May 31, 2014

1 comment, 43 photos

... tree justice but you get the idea. Around the tree there is a shrine and housing for the resident shinto monk. The shrine itself is simple but classic in its Japanese feel except for the somewhat unique statues that guard the temple. Instead of the traditional fox, the statues here represent wolves, a symbol of protection from wild boar and deer that often ravage fields even today. For farmers the wolf was one of the most important shrine symbols and ...

Confessions of a Sushi-holic

A travel blog entry by wwoofers on May 31, 2014

6 comments, 1 photo

... don't worry about what you are eating just try it!

  • Step 6: Close your tab by pressing a button on the computer and a waiter will arrive to count the number of plates you have on your table, each plate has around 2 pieces of sushi and costs about 100 yen, some dishes are more expensive.
  • Step 7: Bring your receipt to the register and cash in your amazing fast food dining experience, then drive home stuffed and satisfied.
  • Not too difficult ...