Myoko Akakura Onsen Tomaryokan

34-2 Akakura, Myoko, Niigata Prefecture, Chubu, 949-2111, Japan | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Myoko

Another temple

A travel blog entry by alister.bland

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... to look around unencumbered. The castle was built around 1593-4 although it has been extensively renovated since then. Quite impressive, especially the stairs. Why would you have stair risers of almost half a meter?

Nagano is only a one hour train ride from Matsumoto so made it easily before dark. Its fame is having the Zenkoji Temple . My book said that the Japanese have long been told to visit the ...

SURE LET'S DO SHIRAKAWA

A travel blog entry by mek1

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... of rice grown: rice for cooking called japonica; sticky rice that is used for making sweets like mochi; and brewing rice used for making sake. We then visited his home which was very nice. The Japanese try to used everything and not waste anything. The stalks from the rice they use to make sandals and the husks to make pillow stuffing. They also use old kimonos to make zoris and aprons. So they are really into ...

Another action packed day

A travel blog entry by anniebusch

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... and swimming in a hot spring bath. A bucket suspended over the river kept them, and us amused, and cameras snapping. Then it was back down to the bus again.
Next stop was the Zenkoji Temple, one of Japan's most famous. Founded 1400 years ago, it is home to what many believe to be the first statue of Buddah brought to Japan. I didn't see it, preferring to wander around the lovely gardens, which is, after all why I am here. ...

By train to Nagano - Winter Olympics 1998

A travel blog entry by anniebusch

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... as we drove to a Wasabi farm. Here we attended a cookery course to make wasabi pickles, which was fun, but I think the finished product will probably end up in the bin. It tasted like green humus! We also had a chance to try wasabi ice cream, a little bit hot and wasabi drink which tasted a little like lime juice. Wasabi grows in fast running water a bit like ...

Skiing in Japan!

A travel blog entry by antandsash

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... some of them don't have safety bars!  They move really fast as well...quite a challenge getting on and off, especially as they are so low too. We love Japan and every night we have a different dining experience...all really good. anyway there are many photos which tell the story of our week here. ...

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This hotel, located in the Akakura Onsen area of Myoko, is near Suginohara.
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