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

      I continued along the san-in coast today - slow trains but picture-perfect views of a blue sea, some sandy beaches, rivers running into the sea, some pine-covered tiny islands - some of them not much bigger than big rocks - and yes, also some towns and villages, not always that pretty :-) But the entire area is not very densely populated so mostly it was just pretty landscape. And the more South I got the warmer it became - and when I finally arrived in Hagi I ...

      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. ...


      A travel blog entry by jramsden271 on Jun 09, 2010

      ... mid afternoon by the time I arrived. But being off the main train routes (and far from the main cities and tourist trails) gave the advantage of relatively few tourists making it to this town. This is despite the picturesque old streets and the beautiful forested mountains that form the town`s backdrop - strong pulls for coachloads of tourists and schoolkids elsewhere in the country.

      Train pulled up into the ...

      Tsuwano: Little Kyoto of the South?

      A travel blog entry by mchao on Apr 02, 2009

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      ... this is on a much smaller scale and the torii are painted plain, without the three dimensional feel of the Kyoto ones (at least from what I gathered from photos--we'll see when I get to Kyoto).

      Despite meeting interesting foreigners (and Americans), it is nice to get off the beaten foreign tourist track. I say this because Tsuwano still has lots of Japanese visitors, but the lack of English signage or English capable staff at the visitors' center ...

      Onsens and Sand

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

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      ... On the way to the silver mine, we dropped our bags off at the hostel and met the temple priest,our host for night who was nice but could not speak much English. We then arrived at the silver mine, said our goodbyes and thanks to Yoko who had recommended a soba noodle restaurant for us to try. We set off to the mine, walking up a hill, the countryside around was stunning . It was so good to be really in the middle of the nature again, as so much of Japan is ...