Nemo Resort

Address: 748-1 Odomari-cho, Kumano, Mie Prefecture, Kinki, 519-4322, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 748-1 Odomari-cho, Kumano.
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Travel Blogs from Kumano

Day 13, Katsuura

A travel blog entry by whitters_steveo on Nov 25, 2014

1 comment, 4 photos

... was to miserable. We attempted visiting a shrine (with a borrowed umbrella for Stephen) but got drenched so called it quits and went to the next town early. The next town we arrived at is a tiny port village which is world famous for its tuna. The town itself is not attractive, it's a bit dingy and appears abandoned, but it has a lot of character. We were recommended to eat at a famous sashimi ...

Day 12, Bus

A travel blog entry by whitters_steveo on Nov 24, 2014

1 comment, 3 photos

... I am just more of an old person than I thought, but I thoroughly enjoyed sitting on the bus watching the autumn leaves and deep valleys and gorges and things that we saw as the road twisted and turned throughout the mountains. We arrived at our destination mid afternoon and spent our time relaxing in the spa before consuming another delicious Japanese western fusion 6 course ...

Hiking the Kumano Kodo Pilgrimage Route

A travel blog entry by sellers2013-14 on Apr 05, 2014

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The Kumano Kodo trail is an ancient pilgrimage route, that was initially established over 1,200 years ago, and was enjoyed by Emperors and nobility, as well as the more typical citizens for centuries. Sadly, when Japan’s modernization period started after the fall of the Shogunate in 1868, the people were not interested in their cultural history, and the usage of this beautiful trail declined dramatically. UNESCO named this a world heritage site in 2006, ...

Getting off the beaten track in the Kii Penninusla

A travel blog entry by thebartons99 on Feb 14, 2014

1 comment, 17 photos

... is a network of pilgrimage trails through the mountainous Kii peninsula. People have made the pilgrimage to Kumano for over 1,000 years (it used to take 40+ days return from Kyoto). There are three main shrines (taisha) along the route, along with numerous smaller shrines and oji (mini-shrines). The walk itself was and is an integral part of the pilgrimage process, with many stops for rest, worship and purification along the way.

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Shimo-Kitazawa

A travel blog entry by jacks____ on Apr 29, 2013

Slept the best in 5 days. I have finally relaxed after settling in and getting the hang of everything. Again vegemite on toast for breakfast. Shower is tiny and very hard to move around. We spent the day in Shimo-Kitazawa whine was just 1 station from their house. It is a small hippy town with a lot of vintage secondhand shops. Very cute and a nice way to spend the day. We had lunch at a sandwich shop ...

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