Hotel Morugenrot

Address: 3-2 Chuo, Komagane, Nagano Prefecture, Chubu, 399-4112, Japan | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 3-2 Chuo, Komagane, is near Senjojiki Cirque.
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Travel Blogs from Komagane

Talia's Blog

A travel blog entry by snowdiggers on Jan 14, 2015

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... breakfast at the hotel. After a very fun day of snowbording we went back to the hotel and chilled out for a bit. That night we couldn't get any food for dinner because you have to make a reservation the day before so we just found a pub and had pizza there. Day 2 Day 2 of snow boarding was lots of fun. We went down through our favourite track called the Skyline. The skyline was full of powder snow and all 4 of us were doing gymnastics on the snow boards. The powder was ...

Matsumoto Castle and Lake Kawaguchi

A travel blog entry by vitraveller on Nov 23, 2014

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We travel via Matsumoto Castle to lake Kawaguchi. This castle is more than 400 years old and is one of the finest and best preserved in Japan. The next two days we will be staying at a lovely hotel overlooking lake Kawaguchi an a view of Mount Fuji. Here we get to relax in the hot springs, have a massage or just relax before we leave for bustling ...

Autumn Leaves

A travel blog entry by tbugs1 on Sep 24, 2014

2 comments, 26 photos

... to Lake Shirokoma by 8.30am. It was a fairly long drive but well worth it. We parked the car a little way past the main car park area as Shigeki did not want to pay the parking fee, which was quite expensive. It was only a short walk to the lake. The autumn leaves were out and absolutely beautiful. We spent quite a few hours wandering around the lake. The walkway was gravel, small rocks or wooden planks.

Norzin had her practical lesson ...

Hiking in Hakuba

A travel blog entry by paablo on Sep 02, 2014

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... on Day One in Tokyo) . I had never been to a Sushi train before and was excited for the prospect.

After filling up on a wide variation of sushi (see food log) and udon we made our way over to the Onsen for ultimate relaxation. Onsens are traditional Japanese bathing houses, consisting of a number of hot spring baths and saunas. Everyone begins with a cleansing seated shower, where shampoo and body soap is provided. Once sufficiently cleaned, ...

The Battle of Sekigahara

A travel blog entry by cdavis0496 on Aug 03, 2014

3 comments, 30 photos

... Deeper Kyo.
Traveling to the city was a lot of fun. I was in an older train, so the ride was not as smooth as the Shinkansen, but still enjoyable. Once I arrived, I found out just how far removed from the main cities I was. No one spoke English. I tried getting the map from the tourist office, and I ended up leaving with both the English and Japanese versions. I tried to rent a bike but ...