Richmond Hotel Matsumoto

1-10-7 Chuo, Matsumoto, Nagano, Chubu, 390-0811, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Asama Onsen area of Matsumoto, is near Matsumoto Castle, Kamikochi, Kaichi Gakko Primary School, and Yohashira Shrine.
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    Travel Blogs from Matsumoto

    Beautiful school

    A travel blog entry by lilseppey on Jul 10, 2014

    ... to two classes (combined) then we had a tour of the school. While we were touring the kid were getting ready in the Samurai house and buildings to present to us.

    1st presentation: the Koyto again. I think I almost have that song memorized.
    2nd. we were blind folded and had to make a face by being handed cut outs of eyes, ears, nose, mouth, eye brows. That was fun and I did a good job. (the kids said so, it must ...

    Kyoto day 1

    A travel blog entry by marstravel on Jul 05, 2014

    ... hostel and again just chilled trying another Japanese beer . We then decided that we couldn't avoid trying Okinomiyaki which is famous to Osaka . We went to a restaurant and they cooked the Okinomiyaki for us and then put it on the hot plate in front of it. Even though it was so small it was thick and very filling . Very different to home as well . It was a wonderful first day in Kyoto. Can't wait to see what tomorrow brings. ...

    In the Snow, Uphill Both Ways

    A travel blog entry by wwoofers on Jul 01, 2014

    8 comments, 49 photos

    ... in China a few years back and has since given me a wary regard to all monkeys. And the monkeys of Thailand are similarly thieving and took great pains to tear a hole in my rip-proof day bag in an attempt to snatch the snacks hidden within. The monkeys in India were not much better although were not as aggressive. They blocked the roadways for almost an hour while I was on a bus headed for Pondicherry and had to be herded off with sticks and threats ...

    Azumi...no more

    A travel blog entry by wwoofers on Jun 28, 2014

    3 comments, 29 photos

    ... imagine the amount of tomato juice that can be produced each year! I suppose in Japan the juice itself is more popular than eaten fresh but given our American propensity to fresh tomatoes just off the vine this came as a little bit of a surprise.

    Tomatoes did not fill our entire day during our farm swap, never fear. We spent the remainder of the morning after working in the tomato fields with picking some delicious red berries. The name of these ...

    Prostitutes and Bodhidarma

    A travel blog entry by wwoofers on Jun 22, 2014

    2 comments, 13 photos

    ... into the the modern day.

    The contents of the printings preserved at the museum ranged from natural landscapes (both real and imagined) to famous literary and historical figures. The famous Bodhidarma, a Buddhist monk attributed with bringing Sanskrit to China, was featured in a few as were the European settlers who began to arrive in Japan after the commencement of Euro-Japanese trade routes. Women, specifically geishas and prostitutes, also ...