Nasushiobara Grand Hotel

531-13 Shimotano, Nasushiobara, Tochigi Prefecture, Kanto, 329-2811, Japan | Hotel
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Shrines, Dumplings and Underwear

A travel blog entry by winterspring

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So up and at 'em again this morning, we decide to head to the little town of Nikko to see Toshogu Shrine, the final resting place of Tokugawa Ieyasu, the founder of the Tokugawa Shogunate that ruled Japan for over 250 years until 1868. For you older folks, he's the Shogun in James Clavell's novel and mini-series called Shogun. That series made me fall in love with Richard Chamberlain-sigh-one of the many gay guys I have had a crush on in my ...

Historic Nikko

A travel blog entry by pandasphere

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... down to the Tamozawa Imperial Villa and Gardens. This lovely villa was a summer residence and retreat house for the Imperial family during the 20th Century, and was built in the Edo and Meiji architectural styles. I thought it was awesome how none of the wooden joints contained nails, screws, or any type of adhesive. The 106 rooms are integrated with the winding gardens and lovely views, and contained Western (carpets and ...

Nikko - an uphill struggle

A travel blog entry by andynbaza

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... located at the opposite side of the town to the World Heritage Site, also the lowest as we were about to find out. A helpful map pointed out several bus routes to the various sights, but when have we ever taken the easy way? The route seemed simple enough, follow the town's only main road. We soon found out the road lead UP to the temples.
A steady uphill thirty minute walk and we reached the first of Nikko's sights: a sacred bridge. ...

Temples and shrines

A travel blog entry by alister.bland

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... no-one around. There was no one in the street and there were hardly any places open. Nikko resembled a ghost town. I am not complaining though - never did like to queue to see a temple.

The temples ( shrines ) are good but not spectacular. I think they are more famous because they are the resting places for notable people - namely Tokugawa Ieyasu, the warlord who ...

Nikko

A travel blog entry by otrembarific

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... climb up the side of a hill. We went about 3/4 of the way through town and found somewhere to stop for lunch. It was a cute little tourist-favorite as displayed by all the ephemera pinned to the walls! We had a delicious lunch, I had ramen with yuba (noodles made out of the tofu skin) which this region is known for. Joel had yakisoba and yakitori. We both had some Kirin. Joel has become such a beer drinker in Japan! From there we headed up the hill to the famous Shinkyo ...

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This hotel is located on 531-13 Shimotano, Nasushiobara.
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