New Port Hotel

1-4 Kitauracho, Owase, Mie Prefecture, Kinki, 519-3606, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 1-4 Kitauracho, Owase.
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Getting off the beaten track in the Kii Penninusla

A travel blog entry by thebartons99 on Feb 14, 2014

1 comment, 17 photos

... shrine. This shrine was originally set up around Nachi falls, which is said to be Japan's highest waterfalls at 133 metres. After wandering through the temple grounds, we walked down to the falls for a closer look. Quite impressive, but after all the waterfalls we saw in New Zealand, it seemed a bit underwhelming.

We continued down the coast to Kii-Katsuura for the night. This is a fishing town on the Kii peninsula that ...


A travel blog entry by jacks____ on Apr 29, 2013

... 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 on Oct 23, 2011

27 photos

... After I went back to the parking lot, I had one hour left. So I tried a short hiking trail for a moss observation. To be honest, it was boring to me, because there were not many mosses along the trail. After that, when I dropped by the Odaigahara Visitor Centre beside the parking, I found that mosses are being replaced by bamboo grasses after a lot of spruces were fallen by the Isenwan Typhoon in 1959. Nowadays it seems difficult to find original mossy forest particularly ...

10,000 Fireworks!

A travel blog entry by zachandchelsa on Aug 17, 2011

21 photos

... out, so we just hid our laughter and stayed in the seats that we got fare and square.

When we arrived at Kumanoshi station it was like herding cattle. But like every event in Japan, the line moved in a quick and orderly fashion and we were out in no time. We had to buy our returning tickets before we went to the show to ensure we could get a space on the train. My friend and I had to be back to work the following morning to help recruit the graduation junior high students ...

Lazy boys

A travel blog entry by lilynomad on Apr 25, 2011

1 comment

... but to have an expert in building traditional Japanese houses design the home and then to find master craftsmen to build it was too expensive in the end. what was incredible is that in thus historical area you can enter into people's homes to have a look at the interior. One such place was mind blowing. Not only was I as to see photos of all the old area but I could see examples if all the types of wood joints used to make the houses but also how they ...