Hotel Opa Village

Address: 1687 Inuishi, Tateyama, Chiba, Kanto, 294-0226, Japan | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on 1687 Inuishi, Tateyama, is near Nambo Paradise Botanical Garden and Awa Jinja.
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    Travel Blogs from Tateyama

    Yoga and a National Treasure

    A travel blog entry by goingrogish on May 09, 2015

    22 photos

    ... a large drum in the corner, and other ornamental objects that remain a mystery to me.

    After the yoga session, the resident monk took us on a tour. We walked out back, up a steep stone staircase and entered a tiny museum. This museum contains a national treasure and is under lock and key. It is rarely open to the general public, so this tour was a very special treat for us. Through the interpreter, he ...

    End of the practice camp

    A travel blog entry by sechiria on Apr 26, 2015

    ... powder to the way of stirring it. There was also a guy in the orchestra who knew the basics of drinking tea at a tea cermony. And luckily, he was also kind enough to show me - if the making of the matcha was calculative, this was by far more thought about. You had to be careful to hold the cup right, turn it in the right directions, not to say anything apart from the phrase "thank you for the delicious tea" in old-fashioned japanese (forgot ...

    Tons of practice... both ways

    A travel blog entry by sechiria on Apr 25, 2015

    Okay, I´ll tell you. Friday I hurried home for packing, since weekend was spent in Kawakinn in Chiba. Orchestra trip with Shinjuku Symphony Orchestra! I met up with Mika-san and Muramatsu-san at 10.20 at Yoyogi station. Bus ride was long and warm (it´s mere april but already warmer than the average swedish summer :S) but I sat next to Mika-san and shes fun to talk to, so it went all well. Plus, the japanese countryside is amazingly beatuiful - hordes of trees and ...

    Here comes the sun

    A travel blog entry by erath on Feb 14, 2015

    5 photos

    ... in nature and a sometimes challenging climb. For long the mountain had been used for the mining of stone. Along the way to the top you pass all kinds of features that remind you of this. First the stone steps that are carved out in the rocky pathway. Later on you pass some Lord-of-the-Rings type caves. When you take some detours from the path you find the rusty excavation equipment that ...

    Who Doesn't Love A Parade??

    A travel blog entry by goingrogish on Oct 19, 2014

    31 photos

    ... into the crowd, but couldn't see very well. We heard there were also going to be Samarai on horses. We caught a glimpse and saw they were turning to another street. I thought those were coming on base too, so I decided to "head them off at the pass" so I could get better pictures. I am so glad I did! I cut through a parking lot just in time as the horses came down the street!
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