Hotel Route Inn Igaueno

Address: 260-3 Hatsutoricho, Iga, Mie Prefecture, Kinki, 518-0007, Japan | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on 260-3 Hatsutoricho, Iga.
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Travel Blogs from Iga

Farewell Japan

A travel blog entry by tiffanyjo22 on Jan 23, 2014

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... heavy bag whilst I wandered around the hilly area. I began with the beautiful Ueno Castle. Sadly a lot of it was under maintenance so I wasn't able to take too many pictures properly capturing it.

Next I headed to the Ninja Museum, I made it just in time for the guided tour of the house displaying all of the hidden compartments contained in a traditional Ninja's home. This was followed by a museum dedicated to all things Ninja :) To finish ...


A travel blog entry by linda_stuart on Mar 08, 2013

By morning I had decided to email Hiroko the lady who owns the house we are renting and ask if is worth going to the lost and found at the station. After all Japan is a safe country. She volunteered to look for me so I gave her the details and we set of to explore the temples along the philosophers path. With in a few hours we had an email ...

Round and round we go . . .

A travel blog entry by triphippo on Jun 11, 2012

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... decorations, although they don't let you see most of them as they are very sensitive to light. There is one building called Shodaibunoma, where people would await audiences with the emperor. There are three rooms in the building with different paintings on the walls based on the rank of those who would wait in the room. The tiger room (my favorite) was for the highest ranked visitors. The Shishinden (hall for state ceremonies) is the main ...


A travel blog entry by bellethorpe on Jan 25, 2012

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... in the right direction to the Funaoka Onsen just after 3pm.

Once we had paid our fee we had to go off in our separate directions (something we were now used to) to bathe. The baths were small and very traditional in layout and from the changing rooms we could see the Ranma (carved wooden panels) which dated from Japan’s invasion of Manchuria.

Inside we had a choice of indoor and outdoor baths and we both received a ...

Iga-ryu Ninja Museum & Seki Post Town

A travel blog entry by misocutlet on Nov 13, 2011

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... to the park, it was almost half past two and I just missed a train to Iga-Ueno Station. The next train was scheduled to come in one hour... Fortunately, there was a TIC in front of the station and a middle-aged female worker kindly told me to take a bus to Iga-Ueno Station. Unfortunately, however, the bus arrived two minutes after a train left the station. Eventually, I had to wait for one hour there, which forced me to change my ...