Nasushiobara Hotel

1115-2 Shiobara, Nasushiobara, Tochigi Prefecture, Kanto, 329-2921, Japan | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Nasushiobara

Splendid Nikko

A travel blog entry by balkans2009

169

... the corner and up some more stairs brings you to the fantastic Yomeimon Gate -- lavishly decorated and glittering in the sunlight. We took our shoes off to investigate the Main Hall.

After a couple of hours at Toshu-gu, we headed to the Futata-San shrine and Taiyu-in Mausoleum. These are set amongst towering cedars and comprise numerous ornate gates. Lacking the garrishness of Toshu-gu, we found Taiyu-in pleasantly serene.

After a long ...

Nikko

A travel blog entry by llammers

28

... touristy waterfall, what the i keep going get to the last and biggest waterfall it's now round 4.30 the mist is coming in. I wonder around to find the waterfall that is covered in mist really can't see a thing walk down to the look out the mist parts for five minutes to see the amazing falls. Now very tired and satisfied head back down the very steep road back to the hotel, to be told that my room is up the road I'm tired and cranky I need to eat and sleep. All this becomes a ...

3 days up in Nikko

A travel blog entry by llammers

13

... sit up in the foyer the only place where there was free wifi. All that sounded too hard. I gave up and went with the flow, I now started to investigate what was on offer for dinner it was all you can eat. There was so much to choose from and all was fantastic, the best tempura, not to mention so many other goodies I made a real pig of myself. Went upstairs t my lovely room with amazing views up the ...

Nikko is stunning even in the wet

A travel blog entry by guykb

21

... than we probably should have but we were able to recharge our batteries (and our sore feet) and it meant we could tackle the second path. Known as the Kanman Path, it is much flatter of the two paths and runs alongside the river for most of its length. Again there are some very peaceful shrines and brilliant sites along the way, including a series of Buddha statues all with red beanies on. This is related to Jizo Buddhism and is meant to protect travelers so I was happy to see ...

The long way

A travel blog entry by guykb

5

... second stage of the ropeway we realised that the views of Fuji-san were much worse than yesterday - not even a hint of a mountain. Bummer. Third time not lucky I guess. Never mind, on we went, getting on to the pirate boat one last time. Choosing not to fly first class this time, we had to deal with the thousand or so school children on the boat and fit our luggage in. We reached Moto Hakone expecting to find a train station there. At this point I realised that ...

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This hotel, located in the Nasu Onsen area of Nasushiobara, is near Cape Jaffa Wines.
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