Hotel Grandforet

Address: 1-1-30 Mishima Asahi, Shikokuchuo, Ehime Prefecture, Shikoku, 799-0403, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 1-1-30 Mishima Asahi, Shikokuchuo.
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Travel Blogs from Shikokuchuo

Bridges To Shikoku

A travel blog entry by housi.muller on Nov 01, 2014

2 comments, 9 photos

... rather then pay a hostel. Camping in Japan is allowed, nobody will come after you for trespassing. It is however not really common, as people who do this are more from the poorer side of society. So by passers may look a bit strange at you, but seeing you are an "alien", you are excused.
Some of the money I saved for not booking a hostel, I spend for a wonderful meal in a restaurant, Japanese food really is great.
To reach the smallest of ...

Kochi

A travel blog entry by alister.bland on Jun 02, 2014

4 comments, 15 photos

A short ride to the other side of the island. I am travelling too fast as I passed by some magnificent scenery on the way here. Have decided trains are not the best way to see Japan as I feel I am passing by the best bits.
The country between Takamatsu and here is quite mountainous. The fist bit no, but once we headed inland it was all mountains and river valleys. I am sure it ...

Shikoku day trip

A travel blog entry by clagolzo on Mar 16, 2014

15 photos

The island of Shikoku its famous for its 88 Buddhist temples. Apparently it's not unusual to see monks making a pilgrimage on foot around the island to visit all of them.We didn't see any temples or monks, but instead went on a day tour around Oboke ...

Kotohira - Ryokans and underground shrines

A travel blog entry by monkeybusiness on Dec 04, 2013

22 photos

... wooden bath. More importantly, the dinner there was absolutely amazing and included sashimi, tempura, baked fish with cheese and spinach, noodle soup (cooked over our own stove on the table), plus various pickles and probably some tofu as well. We were well impressed.

The next morning we visited the zentsu Ji temple where kobo Daishi was born, who was responsible for setting up 88 temples across Shikoku. Lots of people do a pilgrimage of all 88, but given ...

1368 steps

A travel blog entry by lucieandiuri on Aug 28, 2013

38 photos

The place is beautiful but unfortunately the people a lot less... A little disappointed with the lack of friendliness of its inhabitant however the path to reach the top shrine and its steps (apparently arduous) was fun. The view at the top was the most impressive. Seeing so many shrines, it tends to get repetitive so it's nice to have a different surrounding such as here. So just one night will do before moving on the Matsuyama and our final stop in Shikoku before ...

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