Hotel Chaharu

4-4 Dogo Yuzukicho, Matsuyama, Ehime, Shikoku, 790-0837, Japan | Hotel
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Matsuyama fun while Chris sits at a conference

A travel blog entry by jamiekrussell


... s local dishes, nabeyaki-udon, which are noodles brought out in a pot. One of the guides studied opera in Boston, but he's had to find other work in Japan since opera isn't popular in the area. Another woman was an English teacher who was embarrassed to tell me her occupation because she wasn't confident in her language skills. I assured her that I feel the same way around Spanish speakers. The other woman were all shu fus, or housewives, like me.
Just two of the ...

Day 7

A travel blog entry by thebyrnes


Today is our LAST DAY at Nakayama! :( We just spent the morning packing up a bit and walking and lounging around as everyone was so tired from our last couple of big days. Then in the afternoon one of my Aunty's cousins came over (who is also friends with us) with her husband and two kids. We spent the afternoon with them in Nakayama. Then we had dinner where we are staying with the friends, Meg and Maka. We had sukiyaki for dinner which is where you cook meat and ...

Day 6

A travel blog entry by thebyrnes


Today we decided to go Matsuyama which is about 30mins out of Nakayama. We went by train as 11 of us were going! Once we arrived, we met up with one of my Aunty's cousins and her daughter and headed to Matsuyama Castle! To get to the castle we had to catch a tram and then catch either a single-person chairlift or a gondola. The older kids and adults went on the single-person chairlift and the younger kids on ...

Day 5

A travel blog entry by thebyrnes


... After that we went back to Cha Chan's house and one lady taught us how to make origami cranes. It was quite funny though because all of the Japanese people made their cranes in one minute flat and all of us Aussies took half and hour and needed their help to make one crane each!!! Then for dinner we had another huge feast of traditional Japanese New Years foods! 'Oishii ne' as the Japanese say! Bye ~ ...

Day 4

A travel blog entry by thebyrnes


In Japan, the biggest celebration of the year is New Years, so everyone was going crazy getting ready for the big day! For breakfast today the owners cooked udon noodles and according to our cousins, they're the best in Nakayama! They were delicious! Then we went to the Nakayama schools and Kindy for a quick look. While we are in Nakayama, everyone is on holidays so we can't visit the school ...


This hotel, located in the Dogo Onsen area of Matsuyama, is near Matsuyama Castle and Dogo Onsen.
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