Hotel Smeall

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


    A travel blog entry by oberlinyoboku on Jun 22, 2013


    ... Following this, one walks from the Honden to the Foundress' Sanctuary. Here, the woman who founded Tenrikyo is said to be "everliving," waiting for her children to return home. After paying her a visit, one complete a "worship"(参拝 "sanpai") by visiting the hall in which the memory of deceased Tenrikyo followers is enshrined.

    This done, I bicycled back to my dormitory via the Hondori. The return journey is a pleasant one, as the Hondori is on ...

    Dotonbori and Nara

    A travel blog entry by johanna.kreutz on Aug 11, 2012

    44 photos

    ... in my life. The nature, the peacefulness, the view over Nara (at sunset), the architecture. It is one of those places were everyone immediately falls silent, no one was chattering or goofing around, because you just automatically get sucked into the aura of this place. I know already that i will visit this place again, especially when things are getting hectic and crazy.
    After sunset Nara had another little treat in store for us - the To-Kae (light up). Around ...

    Nara and Deer Park

    A travel blog entry by mnm2012 on Jul 03, 2012

    73 photos

    ... deer can harm you (butt, bite, kick, knock-down!). Especially the larger male deer with their large antlers took a bit of getting used to, however we soon relaxed around the deer which were as friendly and as tame as can be.

    We walked around for a while and stopped at various locations marvelling at the weird but wonderful surroundings. The deer were the residents of ...

    Ancient Nara

    A travel blog entry by parleusted on Jun 10, 2012

    2 comments, 12 photos

    ... has resulted in them being considered sacred.

    The most impressive of the temples at Nara is the Todai-ji temple, home to the Daibutsu, the largest Buddha statue in Japan and one of the largest in the world. The Daibatsu-den, which houses this large Buddha, is said to be the largest wooden building in the world. The giant front gate, Nandai-mon, is guarded by two fierce, awe-inspiring protectors. (Remember the temple versus shrine lesson from the last ...

    Little Japan

    A travel blog entry by choy on Apr 13, 2012

    6 photos

    Nara was a nice change from the previous cities we had been to earlier on the trip. Much smaller and with fewer sights meant we could take our time and relax a bit during the day. All the major sights are even located on one side of the city. When grabbing a map at the tourist office the staff even insisted on drawing in a route for us. It seems like the Japanese want things structured and neatly ...