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

30/10 Stage 61 Hiroshima to Sunamibeach. Km 110
31/10 Stage 62 Sunamibeach to Saijo. Km 150
overall today 11000 km
Thursday morning, I was finally again sitting on my bike finding the way out the city of Hiroshima. As expected, the very well signed routes made it easy to find the desired direction, which I planned mostly along the sea.
It is not a surprise to see many bicycle riders, as bike pads along the road are part of the system, ...

Kochi

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

4 comments, 15 photos

... good hiking. The villages along the way were tucked into the valleys and were all quite small. Not sure what they do there as it felt that it was quite remote even though you are only 50km from a very industrialised part of Japan. A car is the way to go so you can take your time and explore. Next time!!!
Kochi nice. Quite a big city although quite compact. My initial ...

Shikoku day trip

A travel blog entry by clagolzo on Mar 16, 2014

15 photos

... some of the local attractions.

The day started very early for us, as we first had to get across to the island. As soon as our train pulled into the platform I knew it was going to be a fun day...

We were totally surrounded ...

Kotohira - Ryokans and underground shrines

A travel blog entry by monkeybusiness on Dec 04, 2013

22 photos

... dedicated to mariners. There were lots of boats at the top which made it a bit different to some of the others we had seen, although by this point we were getting a bit shrine/templed out. The walk up was pretty heavy going, but there were some good views and the streets around it were very quaint/old fashioned.

Close by, is Japan's oldest Kabuki playhouse which we also had a quick look around. The building was really atmospheric, with tatami mats for ...

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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