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

Hiking in Hakuba

A travel blog entry by paablo on Sep 02, 2014

9 photos

... we would make our way back to Matsumoto.

We were all pretty sore after a day of hiking and decided that the perfect way to relax would be to visit an Onsen (Japanese traditional bathing house) after refuelling with a nice dinner. Chatting in the lobby in the backpackers, we rented Onsen towels from Bryan and met Meg who would join us for dinner at a nearby Sushi train. It would be Alistair and David’s first sushi train of the trip (I ...

The Battle of Sekigahara

A travel blog entry by cdavis0496 on Aug 03, 2014

3 comments, 30 photos

A little authors note first: I'll be writing a lot more information in each picture so be sure to click on them. Also each post will cover my entire stay in that city. Sekigahara 8/3

So Mom's been accusing me the last couple of blogs that I came to Japan for an Anime pilgrimage. That couldn't be farther from the truth. I love history, and if you haven't noticed there is a particular man that has ...

Old Japan

A travel blog entry by 12thousand500 on Jul 06, 2014

1 photo

... smoking and general salaryman ennui, and the old broads need something to do because they live forever. And, while they generally move very slowly, we saw a group of four tromping off into the mountains wearing bear bells.

Beyond eating, contemplating, and hiking (we walked up to the site of the old Tsumago castle) there wasn't much to do in Tsumago except one museum, which was in the preserved house of a wealthy ...

Ancient Cedars

A travel blog entry by wwoofers on May 31, 2014

1 comment, 43 photos

... tree justice but you get the idea. Around the tree there is a shrine and housing for the resident shinto monk. The shrine itself is simple but classic in its Japanese feel except for the somewhat unique statues that guard the temple. Instead of the traditional fox, the statues here represent wolves, a symbol of protection from wild boar and deer that often ravage fields even today. For farmers the wolf was one of the most important shrine symbols and ...

Confessions of a Sushi-holic

A travel blog entry by wwoofers on May 31, 2014

6 comments, 1 photo

... off our lists of new foods to try. All in all a delicious and filling meal and one that I recommend everyone try either in Japan itself or in some of the more sushi friendly cities of the US. And good luck with the uni!

P.S. We neglected to bring our camera with us so I have pirated a picture off the internet to give everyone an idea of what the restaurant looked like. It was one of the bigger chains I think and not all of these type of restaurants look the same.
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