Hotel Ina

Address: 1425-6 Kamisatobeppu, Iida, Nagano Prefecture, Chubu, 395-0003, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 1425-6 Kamisatobeppu, Iida.
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Travel Blogs from Iida

Ogaki

A travel blog entry by joanyoung on May 26, 2015

... bought 2 scrolls and a couple of prints for her boys. After our shopping spree, we drove back to drop Kaori off where she had left her car and then drove to another restaurant for dinner. This time we had deep-fried scallops, shrimp, and pork katsu with chawan-mushi, salad, and rice. We drove home arriving at about 7 pm. At about 8:30 a messanger arrived at the door to collect our big suitcase that we were having transferred to Narita airport. It's a great service and it will ...

Trekking around the mountains

A travel blog entry by j-sworldtrip on May 09, 2015

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Trekked through surrounding mountains of Yamanakako lake for 18km. Beautiful views over the lake, partly cloudy and quick rain shower on top of mountain. Height 1339m. Relaxed at hotel onsen at guest house that evening to rest the tired legs after the day of trekking. Supper in room - chicken katsu curry plus bubbly ...

Days 97-98 - Mount Fuji with an old friend

A travel blog entry by annadave on Apr 18, 2015

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... onsen and there are lots of showers. You sit on a little stool and wash yourself with the products provided. They wash for ages! I felt like I was dirty and hadn't washed enough! Then you go into the bathing area and choose a bath. Most people wear their towels on their head so I followed the example. There was an outdoor onsen which was really nice, two indoor baths, a cold pool and a sauna. They were really hot and it was hard to stay in them for long. The outdoor bath ...

Snow Monkeys, Day 2

A travel blog entry by wangard on Feb 17, 2015

2 comments, 27 photos

... you can gather from the snowblower pictured, but temps really aren't too bad. Right at freeing for today. I guess an area that hosted the Winter Olympics would have to have some snow in February! Food is incredible. We really aren't getting a taste of "regular" Japanese food yet -- everything has been more what would be served for ...

Two Weeks of Skiing in Nozawaonsen

A travel blog entry by henryferris on Jan 29, 2015

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... vulnerable. Part of the reason that we came to Nozawaonsen was for the onsens, Japanese hot springs. The public onsens were EXTREMELY hot and some were over 45 degrees celsius/110 degrees fahrenheit! Luckily, our ryokan, a Japanese style hotel, had its own small onsen which wasn't as hot.

A few days into the first week I decided that I wanted to try snowboarding and I would switch in a few days. I remember going to sleep ...