Moriyama Art Hotel

Address: 50-1 Harimada-cho, Moriyama, Shiga Prefecture, Kinki, 524-0012, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 50-1 Harimada-cho, Moriyama.
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Travel Blogs from Moriyama

Shinkansen Again!

A travel blog entry by nbd.finn on Oct 13, 2014

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... and Shinosaka’s hub status, but I did not. I was surprised, and had to queue for an entire hour, after which I had to wait for my train to come another hour and a half later.

This day’s itinerary had me traveling 25km to Kyoto, 50km to Shinosaka, 880km to Kagoshimachuo, 80km to Miyakonojo, and finally 50km to Kimotsuki; 1085 km in one day. This is certainly the most I’ve ever travelled in a day without flying.

I know I’ve been nothing but ...

Leaving Kyoto for Takayamo

A travel blog entry by cleotup on Oct 02, 2014

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... vernacular houses and lifestyles,and to pass the precious cultural heritage down to the next generation. The buildings,more than thirty, were all moved from different parts of Hida region,including Gassho style thatched roof houses,shingled roof houses and others. Various kinds of daily tools and articles are displayed in houses that make it easy to imagine their life in the old days. Artisans doing traditional arts and ...

We made it...just!

A travel blog entry by christineatkins on Apr 11, 2014

... time of her life dancing around like a fairy under one of the more spectacular blooms. Beeb was particularly fascinated by the rocks. We are staying right in the middle of the Geisha district so we saw quite a number of ladies dressed for work on our walk home. A quick ramen dinner and we are all more than ready for bed. And, for the record, the Japanese are far more accommodating than the Singaporeans with vomit and ...

The city of shrines

A travel blog entry by suebar on Feb 11, 2014

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... actions that had been processed and vacuumed pack. There were two charcoal burners outside in the street which some of us warmed up around and then moved on to some other shops. One had many toyed so she'll fish, including scallops, very large whelks and oysters. Sue saw one scallop opening slowly and squirting eater, which is the method they use for propulsion when they are in the sea. By 7.00 we were ready to return to the ryokan and pack ...

Hello Kyoto

A travel blog entry by the_saws1 on Oct 22, 2013

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... train (Shinkansen) at 12.10 for Kyoto, Mark works out that it is traveling at 160 miles per hour, it's a smooth ride, British rail needs to do an exchange with the Japanese rail company, they could learn a thing or two!! They are always on time and every time the train conductor comes to check tickets, he bows, takes his hat off and announces, very politely what he intends to do.
Why are train stations huge ...

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