Hotel Gujo Hachiman

200 Yoshino Hachimancho, Gujo, Gifu Prefecture, Chubu, 501-4206, Japan | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Gujo

Gero gero, ribbit ribbit

A travel blog entry by allilaoshi


... there was only one person in Jeff's room. Once we got that settled, Jeff and I scheduled a massage. The guy said, "Yes, we can have someone come to your room and push on your body for 30 minutes."

We went and explored the little town while our rooms were being prepared. We stopped by a sushi place to get lunch and tried the specialty beef baked sushi, the beef is called Hida-gyu (Hida beef). It was melt in your mouth. Then, ...

Universal Studios and travelling to Kyoto

A travel blog entry by liamri


... last night with King Crab legs. They also had a $17 all-you-can-drink option, including whisky and sake. Fools. Kyoto today, seems a lovely city. About to go exploring. Generally, I'm loving this country. Everyone is so friendly, and eager to help out. Also, people seem to take pride in their professions, particularly the railway staff and waiters. I'll muse more on this later. It's Asahi time. Peace! ...

Getting there

A travel blog entry by liamri


Morning! Just slept for 10 hours. Feeling slightly more human. Yesterday, had 2.5 hours sleep before going to the airport, so was not in a good way. Managed to put on my departure card that I was carrying more than $10k, and also wrote that the country I was planning on spending the most time in abroad was. ..Australia. Hmmmm. On the plane, couldn't sleep. Thought an Asahi would help. It didn't, but it ...

Foxes, Snakes and Racoons

A travel blog entry by rt9812


... us all a triangle of fried tofu on a loop of tied straw and a small candle. As we entered we washed our hands to clense ourselves from the previous years sins using an elongate stone basins and wooden ladles. The inside of the temple was rammed. There are five or so different areas, where different prayers are made and everyone was pushing to the front. Firstly we lit a candle to pray for the recently deceased. Then, in a different area, the triangle of ...

NYE Buddhist style

A travel blog entry by rt9812


... served in a soup, had two circular slices of fish cake floating on top. One had a picture of a dragon on it, the other a snake. These represented the previous and future years in the Japanese calender. At 23.30 we said goodbye to three and drove to a local buddhist temple. This was my first experience of one and I thought it was pretty cool. There was a small bonfire burning, making the air smoky and hot on an otherwise freezing night. A monk ...


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