Nemo Resort

748-1 Odomari-cho, Kumano, Mie Prefecture, Kinki, 519-4322, Japan | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Kumano

Getting off the beaten track in the Kii Penninusla

A travel blog entry by thebartons99


... around the temple, our feet were soaked through, and we were starting to feel the cold. Even Natalie's feet were wet through the dry sacks we had over her socks and inside her running shoes. We took the next bus back to Yunomine to warm up with a nice onsen.

This afternoon's onsen was in the central town's onsen - Tsuboyu, a designated UNESCO world heritage site! This small onsen is booked by reservations, so Davis made ...


A travel blog entry by jacks____

... quite rare in Japan. We actually ordered pizza though. Lots of bakery and pastry places around and everything looks and smells amazing. We had an early day and got home around 3pm which is a nice change. Nikki made dinner at home for us. We had karagee with cabbage and rice. It was delicious and tasted like it came from a restaurant. Early to bed tonight too which is a nice change. Feet feeling very ...

Mount Odaigahara, Nara

A travel blog entry by misocutlet


... br> Odaigahara is separated into two sites: East and West Odaigahara. East Odaigahara is free to explore; you must be registered to enter West Odaigahara, paying 1,000 yen and taking a lecture beforehand. This time, I explored only in East Odaigahara. First, I headed for the summit located in East Odaigahara. Actually, the mountain is 1,694 meters high at Hinode-ga-Mine, but the parking and bus stop is at around 1,500 meters above sea level. So it was a really short trek. ...

10,000 Fireworks!

A travel blog entry by zachandchelsa


... piled onto our train and stood in the aisles. One of the mother’s kids kept looking at us and saying, "shimata!" in the cutest voice I have ever heard. When you look up the direct translation in a dictionary, the definition of shimata is, damn, but to Japanese people, it is more like saying darn in English. It’s a common word I hear on a daily basis in the office. My friend and I really wanted to offer the little boy a seat on our laps, but we didn’t want to weird ...

Nachi: Kumano Kodo's End

A travel blog entry by mchao


... the forest to reach the shrines. I foolishly decided to this today, because I had just not learned my lesson yet. And saving 200yen each way on bus fare meant I could have lunch today. Hooray.

As a co-worker likes to say, 'Conquer!' and I did, so suck it gravity. The stairs are in much better shape than Magose pass so no threats of twisted ankles, though still some slippery stones. The path up was also easier--I'd like to think ...


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