Matsumoto Tourist Hotel

2-4-24 Fukashi, Matsumoto, Nagano, Chubu, 390-0815, Japan | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Matsumoto

Oniisan Onsen aka the best day ever.

A travel blog entry by kazuki

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Once again an early start to catch the rapid train to Matsumoto. A town in the mountains that has a lot of onsens (aka hot springs). The journey was the prettiest thing I ever seen. sakura+mountains+crystal blue hot-spring/snow+Japanese culture = the greatest views I've ever seen. Like the bullet trian tho it was hard to get good shots, I've selected some of the better ones. At Matsumoto the views ...

Plum, Plum, Plum

A travel blog entry by gadelle

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Blossoms, that is. What's springtime without the obligatory plum blossom post? Or two, if I get around to seeing more next weekend.

Though the air was heavy with pollen -- blame the cedar trees, not the poor innocent ...

Japan

A travel blog entry by luisarivas

I am currently moving to the west coast of the U.S to get a better job and earn more money. There are so much more opportunities in the U.S than here in Japan. It will be a long trip to Angel Island, the trip is 2 weeks long by steamship. All immigrants have to travel in the steerage of the steamship the whole trip. ...

Happy Birthday, Clancy.

A travel blog entry by ianandkathryn

3

A special day not only because Clance rolled into his 12th year, also because it was the Spences last day on snow. And it was quite a day. We only took Tilly for 1 ski around lunch time, as the temp was -11C, -21 with wind chill. She handled it pretty well, and very unusually Jeremy also was struggling. Clance had a sore knee following an altercation with the door step in his hotel room, so this afternoon Aubrey, Andrew & ...

Ohayou Gozaimus Nozawa Onsen.

A travel blog entry by ianandkathryn

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2 bus rides ~ 1 hour each with a 90min stopover at Nagano saw us arrive at Nozawa mid afternoon. This place is a total contrast to Hakuba. It is a small town built into a steep sided valley with lots of tiny winding streets and funny little shops and alleys. We are staying at a Ryokan - a traditional Japanese hotel, which is quaint and interesting. As you walk into reception you take shoes off and are issued with slippers for walking around. ...

Location

This hotel, located in the Matsumoto Station area of Matsumoto, is near Matsumoto Castle, Kamikochi, Kaichi Gakko Primary School, and Yohashira Shrine.
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