Hotel Morugenrot

3-2 Chuo, Komagane, Nagano Prefecture, Chubu, 399-4112, Japan | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Komagane

Culture and snow

A travel blog entry by runes_journey


... snowboard/skiing rental shops, guest houses, hotels, but it all remains tasteful and uninvasive.

We feasted again for approx $20. I had nameko udon, mushrooms and noodles with veggies in a delish broth. The boys shared a tonnkastu-teisyoku, which consisted of pork, rice, miso soup, a bowl of interesting mushrooms, nozawana (a Japanese leaf veggie, steamed in the onsens) and goyoza (pork and veg dumplings).


1st taste of Japan's famous powder

A travel blog entry by runes_journey


... snowboarding/skiing on powder is all about now Ive actually experienced it. It feels like you are actually flying down a mountain on a hoverboard...its just amazing!

We found another small traditional Japanese place to eat, sitting at low tables on cushions, with just a few locals for company. We ate fried rice balls, oysters, tofu, pork, gyoza, all so delicious.

Snow and Sun (and a sensational smorsgabord)

A travel blog entry by runes_journey


... tingling tastebuds. It was bitterly cold when we left the cafe and of course we got lost attempting to get back to the lodge. The great thing about getting lost is you find the most unexpected things, eg Buddhist shrines tucked away down little side streets, snow carvings, quirky buildings. I love getting lost! (sometimes)

We walked back into a warm, happy atmosphere with a glowing log fire. Mmmm lovely.

Skiing Hakuba

A travel blog entry by zoeandluke

... night out and ended up drinking with a professional Japanese snowboarder, Ben beating all the locals at arm wrestling, playing darts, beating aussies at table football & teaching locals to do tequila suicides. We had a bit too much fun and missed the last bus & taxis so had a long slog back through the snow to our hotel. All in all a great week and looking forward to the next one & the start of our adventure in ...

Day 21

A travel blog entry by thebyrnes


Today was our last day skiing :( so none of us kids did lessons. It was also a very snowy and foggy day! The downpour of snow made the skiing really good though! All 11 of its headed up the gondola to Hakuba 47 in the morning and we skiied some runs there. It was VERY cloudy. The Sowry's (except for Jack) and Holly went back over to Goryu and we stayed to do some more red runs. The snow was so good. Then we started skiing back down to ...


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