Okuma

803-1 Ono Shimonogami, Okuma-machi, Futaba-gun, Fukushima Prefecture, Tohoku, 979-1308, Japan | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Okuma-machi

Shrines, Dumplings and Underwear

A travel blog entry by winterspring

7

... that we didn't make it to the National park at Nikko, so I'll have to save that for a later trip.

One small side story. Once we got back to the hotel, I needed to wash clothes, so I trundled down to the two washing machines and put my clothes into one of them. When I came back to check on them, an Australian woman was reaching for my machine. I politely told her that I was using that machine to which said that she had also put her ...

Historic Nikko

A travel blog entry by pandasphere

14

... for some lunch before our train back to Tokyo.

The ride was uneventful and I think we all slept a bit on the way back. That evening, Barry and I tried a popular place for tempura that was conveniently near our hotel. We got there at 9pm and the host warned us that they close at 10pm. We split a tasty 8 piece special meal with seafood and a 7 piece vegetable meal, and were out in about 30 minutes! Yummy and fast!


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Nikko - an uphill struggle

A travel blog entry by andynbaza

27

... ran alongside most of the paths, adding a constant backdrop of the sound of running water to a truly beautiful area.
There is a small charge to enter the temple, and a short flight of steps leads to the temple grounds. Immediately on entering the grounds, both my Dad and I were approached by impeccably polite groups of school children wanting to practice their English and interview us about where we came from.
The temple itself ...

Temples and shrines

A travel blog entry by alister.bland

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... shogunate that ruled Japan for 250 years.
Nikko is nice though, and the world heritage park pleasant. Big cedar trees, a nice river and some good walks. The only downside of visiting parks in Japan is that there is no place to rest or sit down. They all no seats anywhere so you just keep walking so by the end of my day in Nikko I was a bit foot sore.

Also you can ...

With Jess in Nihonmatsu

A travel blog entry by judeandpete

5

... bath in a garden setting, very relaxing. After our bath we dressed in Yukatta and went to a private dining room were we had a magnificent meal of about 11 dishes, starting with sushimi and working our way through soups, tasting plates, small cutlets, Mochica and strawberries ( and that's only what I can remember). As the Japanese say it was oishi (delicious) and a great introduction to our ...

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This hotel is located on 803-1 Ono Shimonogami, Okuma-machi.
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