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

Bamboo forest

A travel blog entry by jodialison on Feb 08, 2014

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... and walked around the gardens for some time. Pretty impressive. The village had some quaint little gift shops so I got some gifts for Ailsa. We finally got the train back to Kyoto and made our way to Gion area to meet Dani and Dan where we had dinner at another meat place (was really nice actually) and some drinks in an Irish bar.

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 ...

Jeff arrives!

A travel blog entry by allilaoshi on Jul 04, 2013

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... that was open. Then, we went to Nijo Castle, but it started to rain! So we got some tea and ice cream while we waited for it to stop. It was delicious; red bean, green tea and vanilla!

We walked up to the castle grounds after that. The castle included a palace called Ninomaru. The palace is an amazing example of Japanese woodworking and craftmanship. The rooms were huge. All through the Ninomaru Palace, the ...

Day-trip to Nara

A travel blog entry by wheresgordon on Mar 04, 2013

... else. Shuni-e seems to me to be one of the worst ideas the Japanese have come up with.

Shuni-e is a rite where they light up large pine torches attached to the ends of 20- or 30-foot long bamboo poles, run through the old, wooden temple with them, hang them over the side of the verandah until the torch is ready to fall apart and then shake them around until the pieces of burning pine branches fall onto ...


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 ...