2505 Mori, Gero, Gifu, Chubu, 509-2202, Japan | 4 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Gero

Day 16 - Falling ice, and the best burger on Earth

A travel blog entry by apat


... 10 feet from the front door of the ryokan, the raindrops changed into massive drops of crushed ice. Half snow, half hail, we christened this phenomenon Snail, and it turned out to be a lot more fun than just a walk in the rain.

Normal snowflakes just fall to earth softly, and settle gently onto whatever they land on. Raindrops are generally only fairly small. The snail that was falling as we were walking around were large balls, probably around ...

Day 15 - Onsen and Hida beef in Takayama

A travel blog entry by apat


... bedrooms. It would appear that each of these rooms could be let separately if required, but I'm guessing it is the slow season, so we've been given all of them to give us space, which is nice.

Almost immediately upon arriving in the room we were led through a traditional green tea welcome ceremony with genuine green tea and small wheat biscuits, both of which are just unimaginably awful. I politely sipped my tea, ...


A travel blog entry by markallen

... and each of them are divided into a ladies’ and a men’s area. The etiquette is that you are wash yourself in a small shower before entering the pool, and then bathe in each of the pools, possibly rinsing / cleaning in between (as far as I understood). The onsens were great, and very relaxing – they felt like an insight into local life, especially when a barrage of pensioners came to join us in the ...

Takayama City Visit

A travel blog entry by canadiansmiley

... museum has great information on this. Traditional houses worth the visit too. In the afternoon I took the train to Hida Fukuyama. If you have time this town worth the visit for its white clay buildings and the 800 Carps swimming inside the canal by the ...

Jord pets a fishy

A travel blog entry by hreljacsinasia


... worth it. During our walk during the village it was amazing to see these houses that were hundreds of years old but still in fabulous shape because they were so well built. What makes these houses so unique is the height of them and the roofs built of straw which remarkably only have to be replaced every 30 years! When they have to be replaced the village comes together and takes the roof down in 3 days and put the new roof up in a day. It goes to show you how ...


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