Masuda Green Hotel Morris

Address: 17-2 Ekimaecho, Masuda, Shimane Prefecture, Chugoku, 698-0024, Japan | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on 17-2 Ekimaecho, Masuda.
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      A day of late summer!

      A travel blog entry by anja_taferner on Nov 14, 2010

      ... that the old maps can still be used. Nevertheless, I skipped visiting most samurai houses from inside and went to see a merchant's house instead. Merchants were the lowest rank in feudal Japan, the order being samurai, farmers, artisans and then merchants - but this changed with the abolition of the shogunate and the feudal system in 1867. The centre of the movement towards the abolition of the shogunate and the modernization of the Japanese system was in the ...

      Samurai towns

      A travel blog entry by fadhel on Nov 10, 2010

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      This was my 4th couchsurf, and I was getting used to it. She lived in Masuda, which is a great base for visiting Hagi, Tsuwano, and Matsue - all about one hour train rides. She took me to an incredible sushi place (which I later discovered that people living hundreds of km away had heard of.)

      I asked a lad that worked in a local convenience store to help me book a ticket for the footie from one of it's machines. ...

      Tsuwano

      A travel blog entry by jramsden271 on Jun 09, 2010

      ... gave me a nod and a konnichiwa. I remember seeing a sign in a very flowery garden urging passers-by to come in the garden and have a look at the flowers, with another sign tacked below it desperately to inform that cameras were okay. Where else would you see such eagerness to meet tourists?

      Many of the houses seemed to be from the Edo period, giving the classic Japanese town image. At the same time, the town didn`t ...

      Tsuwano: Little Kyoto of the South?

      A travel blog entry by mchao on Apr 02, 2009

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      ... how it really is, but I think it's supposed to be sweet.

      After embarrassing myself thoroughly, I trekked up to the Inari shrine, which turned out to be rather nice. From the shrine, you can then walk up to the ruins of the local castle, which is basically a flat grassy foundation and some rocks. But it's in a prime location and has a sweeping view of the valley. Tsuwano town is actually quite pretty to look down upon--it's a semi-sprawling cluster of red ...

      Onsens and Sand

      A travel blog entry by jon-daniella on Jun 19, 2008

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      ... being picked up by the lady from the hostel. She offered to cook us some food so we decided to have that instead. We spent some time chatting with our hosts and some guests of the hostel, and then turned in as we were quite tired. The next morning we visited the Nima Sand museum, dedicated to sand before heading on the train up to Matsue our next stop.The town of Nima is well known for its `singing sand` , if you put it in a small bowl and push it down with a ...