Hotel & Tennis Colina Yaita

Address: 1121-107 Ishizeki, Yaita, Tochigi Prefecture, Kanto, 329-1576, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 1121-107 Ishizeki, Yaita.
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A travel blog entry by ruby_travel on Oct 26, 2015

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... hanging from the ceiling. It now houses a photographic exhibition of Nikko's autumn colours and a guestbook to which we added our mark.

Back downstairs, we asked the station attendant if we could peek into the Imperial Suite, once used by the Imperial family as they waited for their train. We had read that the stationmaster might ...


A travel blog entry by nreid on Oct 23, 2015

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... War 2. The garden was serene and showing good autumn colours, though not yet at their peak.

A visit to Kirifuri waterfalls that involved a short walk along a quite uneven path with quite a few steps in poor light finished off the day before the long slow drive back to Tokyo. Part way we stopped at this "food court" type place that was very busy and oddly out of context with its surrounds. As we only had a short break ...

Never Say Kekko...

A travel blog entry by gingerschilling on Oct 22, 2015

40 photos

... Ieyesu, the first shogun of the Tokugawa shogunate period in Japan. Climbing many stairs and following stone and cedar-lined pathways, we made our way to the tomb. As at Kegon Falls, many middle-schoolers shared our the way. I was delighted as Will greeted them with his version of hello "Nee Chee Wa". After the tomb, we took off our shoes and entered the main shrine. This may not have been the best idea as Will got really excited in there. I spent more time controlling him ...


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 ...