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

Sacred Deer

A travel blog entry by cdavis0496 on Jul 30, 2014

3 comments, 28 photos

A little authors note first: I'll be writing a lot more information in each picture so be sure to click on them. Also each post will cover my entire stay in that city. Nara and Tenri 7/30- 8/2nd.

I think the only reason I wanted to visit Nara was for the sacred deer. And probably to lay down at Nara Park looking up at the clouds to take a nap, all the while saying "Mendokuse" at all the tourist making ...

Nara day trip and Ryokan stay

A travel blog entry by andyandjen on Mar 20, 2013

9 photos

... to see the giant Buddha inside and realized how big it really was. Once inside, you are able to walk around the whole Buddha and two large gold statues off to the side. I would say that the Buddha statue had to be at least 100 feet tall! After we got back outside it was starting to sprinkle a bit so we decided to head back to the train station. We rode back to Kyoto, got back to the hotel, and then picked up our bags to head over to our ryokan for a ...

City lights and Alpine hot pools

A travel blog entry by nadinehanlon on Nov 15, 2012

24 photos

... more day in a big city was definitely enough for me, so the next morning was time to head north to the Japanese alps, starting in Nagano, home to the 1998 Olympic winter games, and pretty much nothing else! I`m not really sure that anything has changed there at all since they hosted the games to be honest but it was a good way to spend a day acclimatising to the start of the winter chill. It also gave me the opportunity ...

Nara

A travel blog entry by dgvp on Sep 12, 2012

2 comments, 10 photos

We decided to stay in Kyoto and head south for a day trip to Nara. It was the first permemant capital city of Japan and remained so for 75 years. It was then moved to Koyoto because of the clergy infiltrating the imperial power.

We visited Nara-Koen a park that is home to many a temple. We saw the Kofuku-ji Nanen-do and the 5 story pagodas. These pagodas were the tallest ...

Day 418: too much for one title

A travel blog entry by ursburs on Aug 13, 2012

... will join me there tomorrow! Sometimes the goodbyes can be delayed.
Did I say 'unfortunately' today is some holiday? Well, I take that back as soon as I get to Nara and make a 'fortunately' out of it! It's the holiday of spirits and souls and it is celebrated by lighting candles and lantern everywhere. It is dark outside and the mystically beautiful ribbons of lights are lit all along the temples, lakes and rivers. I follow the solemn procession ...