Iwanoya Ryokan

Address: 6187 Kakizaki, Kakizaki-ku, Joetsu, Niigata Prefecture, Chubu, 949-3216, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 6187 Kakizaki, Kakizaki-ku, Joetsu.
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Travel Blogs from Joetsu

Snow shoe trekking and sake cocktails

A travel blog entry by teenza on Feb 08, 2015

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... huge big snow flakes falling down, it has eased up a bit now but was lovely, such a novelty coming from the tropics to snow. A big on of us got dropped in for dinner at 6. We ended up at a ramen place for warm soup and a beer. We sat with a young NZ guy here for the skiing. After this he took us to a cute little bar where we had to try the sake cocktails. The most popular was the Cointreau, tonic and sake one. It was not badly prices too at ...

Up to the mountains

A travel blog entry by teenza on Feb 07, 2015

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... by our host at the train station and taken in his van down the windy snow lined roads to our guesthouse Mont Cervin. It has about 5 rooms and is decorated to look like someone's house, very cosy and most importantly warm. We were able to check in and settle before being taken into town for a meal. We were taken to a recommendation to Udon Fu where I had a tempura with udon soup. Wow ...

Short update

A travel blog entry by ecrm on Jan 19, 2015

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... for some R&R before heading home on Friday. Colin has had some spectacular stacks which we've caught on video, no injuries yet (touch wood). Things are pretty chilled at Madarao, it's quiet and there's not many people out on the runs. A big hello to everyone! Missing everyone ...

Jesse's blog

A travel blog entry by snowdiggers on Jan 16, 2015

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... put them back in the hot pool they were stinging because of the temperature difference. Later that night the family and I went to the fire festival with a Japanese school group which was great because it got us almost to the front. It was great Talia and I got to meet up with the rest of their school and make new friends. I met this guy called Andy who was born in Peru and he was living in Japan and he spoke great English and Japanese so he was like ...

Day trip

A travel blog entry by ecrm on Jan 15, 2015

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Today Erin and I took a day trip to Shiga Kogen and Nozowa Onsen. Our first stop at Shiga Kogen was to visit the snow monkeys. When we arrived the heavens opened and it snowed heavily adding to the experience. Our next stop was the annual fire festival. It was something else! Free sake, men on burning platforms and fireworks, probably best wrapped up as a traditional Japanese version of the burning man festival. Cold and snowing the whole time though everyone on the tour had a great ...