Hotel Route-Inn Nishi-Nasuno

Address: 105-18 Mutsumi, Nasushiobara, Tochigi Prefecture, Kanto, 329-2706, Japan | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on 105-18 Mutsumi, Nasushiobara.
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    A travel blog entry by ruby_travel on Oct 26, 2015

    7 photos

    ... any post office on departure.

    Last but by no means least the people. Japanese are the most polite, courteous, helpful and generous people. Bowing - again we could write a book on it, but it is a sign of appreciation and respect. Bowing as you leave the hotel, enter the hotel, as the train conductor leaves the carriage, as the taxi ...


    A travel blog entry by nreid on Oct 23, 2015

    22 photos

    ... about the order in which to eat the dishes but got by okay. It was an impressive array including hot pot and noodle dishes, lots of little bite size morsels whose origins we were unsure of, tofu skin (yuk) and lots of O-Cha (green tea).

    Then onto the old Nikko Tamozawa Imperial Villa. Traditional construction of wood and rice paper walls. The current emperor lived there as a child when he was evacuated from Tokyo ...

    Never Say Kekko...

    A travel blog entry by gingerschilling on Oct 22, 2015

    40 photos

    ... it was soon time to return to the bus. Kegon Waterfalls, one of the most famous waterfalls in Japan, was our next destination. With views of Mt Nantai, we waited with scores of schoolchildren to take the 100 m elevator down to the observation deck. Mist sprayed from the 316 foot spring-fed waterfall. It was breath-taking. Will eagerly climbed between the different decks while the middle schoolers eagerly greeted him and vied for his attention. At noon we arrived at Tosho-gu shrine, ...


    A travel blog entry by gisworqer on Oct 09, 2015

    3 comments, 24 photos

    Today I took a train up to the mountains north of Tokyo to a touristy town called Nikko. The area is a UNESCO World Heritage site. I left a bit too late in the day to see everything I wanted to, but visited a shrine from the 1600's of shogun Tokugawa ...

    From the rush hour to the consecrated mountain

    A travel blog entry by jandwinjapan on Sep 28, 2015

    1 comment, 50 photos

    ... facing forward (when the train switches direction at a station, all the seats are turned!) and it is very fast. On top of that the mentality in the trains in Japan makes it even better: everybody keeps quiet, if they get a call, they take in on the balcony. It makes for very relaxed travelling. After the shinkansen we took a normal train again for the last stretch and then we walked from the station to the shrine complex. Nikko is a ...