Hotel Smeall

Address: 2296-1 Mori Iitakacho, Matsusaka, Mie Prefecture, Kinki, 515-1615 , Japan | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on 2296-1 Mori Iitakacho, Matsusaka.
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        Travel Blogs from Matsusaka

        Steeped in culture and beauty, lovely Uji and Nara

        A travel blog entry by chrismcg on May 13, 2015

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        ... through the beautiful Yoshikien Gardens, populated by wild deer that are far too demanding for food than is comfortable, and headed for the Kasuga Taisha Shrine. It was a lovely walk but, not really understanding the spiritual aspects of the Shrine, we were a little disappointed, because nothing was written in English and we found it hard to identify with any spiritual significance.

        We were hoping to see Kofukuki Temple and the Three-storey ...

        Day trip to Nara

        A travel blog entry by gekogirl on Oct 02, 2014

        10 photos

        ... were rather polite and actually bow to get food. They were also very gentle. We ended up spending about 450 yen on special deer biscuits. Then it was off to see some more stuff. We saw the last existing tea house in Nara and a Buddhist library. After that we headed back into town for a late lunch. Then we did ...

        Don't Feed The Deer

        A travel blog entry by paablo on Sep 08, 2014

        11 photos

        ... facing towards the lake. It is said that the shrine could not bear to look at the lake and turned around overnight as to face away from the lake. To commemorate this, girls parade across this city all the way to the shrine. A number of lantern boats are placed in the river, which get lit up as the sun goes down. The lake is surrounded by red lanterns that reflect beautifully upon the river at night, when two boats travel round the lake twice and conclude by placing ...

        How three trees can be so important

        A travel blog entry by tomandhayley on Mar 29, 2014

        19 photos

        ... isn’t bombastic or chaotic or multi-coloured, but therein lies its difference from the Asia which we know and love so well. Seeing the blossom, falling to the ground in such huge clusters and looking as though it was weighing the tree down, it was lovely to remind myself that sometimes you can find difference and excitement in the most unlikely places. The whole world doesn’t have to look or smell like Thailand for me to love ...

        Oh deer, Nara

        A travel blog entry by vicpow on Dec 30, 2013

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        ... and saw the first deer. Lorry was most anxious to see one. Then we walked via the underpass to Todaiji temple to see the giant Buddha. We wandered around there for a while, the back towards the English bar in one of the arcades to have a drink. We had a great night there years ago with Sarah Thomas from RSC, where we listened to the worse rendition of "Desperado" that we had ever heard! Sadly the ...