Hotel Smeall

2296-1 Mori Iitakacho, Matsusaka, Mie Prefecture, Kinki, 515-1615 , Japan | Hotel
Prices starting from $147.00

Travel Blogs from Matsusaka

Day 10 - Nara & Kyoto

A travel blog entry by marsha.amy


... make the most
hilarious noise – they're like squeaky toys!!

Our first stop was at Kofuku-ji Temple, which has one of the
world’s oldest five storied pagodas. Then after a quick stop at a very helpful
tourist information desk, we made our way to Todai-ji Temple. This temple houses the world’s largest bronze
Buddha, clocking in at 53ft. The statue
was cast in 752 – it’s amazing ...

Arrival at Osaka International Airport (KIX)

A travel blog entry by eric.andreski


... 12356;し.” We took some pictures and then we went a nice mall in Kashihara (Aeon Mall Kashihara Aruru). We went around the mall and it was really nice. Abby & I found some very cool Mickey Mouse couple passports holders. Also, we had a Shyuu Cream from Beard Papa's, which was really good. Afterward, we stopped at a shoe store near Sanami's house and brough some Puma slippers for Abby. Finally, it was dinnertime.
Sanami took us ...

Nara and Deer Park

A travel blog entry by mnm2012


... and would follow around anyone holding a biscuit. They even knew where the tourists would buy them from and gathered around convenience stores cheekily getting closer when they would see the shopkeeper’s hand approach the cookie jar.

It was truly a unique sight and combined with the amazing surroundings it made for a great day despite the occasional drizzle or ...

Big Buddha

A travel blog entry by ofraza


... and just walking up to it said, "Whoa." It's large, Very very large. The scale is difficult to see until you get a little closer. I guess I should have done a little more research because I had completely forgotten why it was so large. (I just looked it up on Wikipedia. It's the largest wooden building in the world. Neato!) I was reminded why when I walked in. Big Buddha. VEEEERRRY big Buddha. (I was probably the only one surprised about this when I walked ...

A traditional Japanese Ryokan experience

A travel blog entry by neil_mel


... of art and flavours. The colours and flavours were amazing and we got to try a variety of Japanese delicacies. With the notable exception of the sea snail the rest was exceptional.

After dinner we plucked up the courage to try out the communal bath . This is a very Japanese thing and so far every hotel we have stayed at has offered it as a service. Up until now neither of us had been brave ...


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