Onoso

Address: 8-8-1 Ono, Hachiman-cho, Gujo, Gifu Prefecture, Chubu, 501-4221 , Japan | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on 8-8-1 Ono, Hachiman-cho, Gujo, is near Omamiya.
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Travel Blogs from Gujo

Saturday - Kanazawa to Kyoto

A travel blog entry by kkelly432 on May 23, 2015

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... trees which bloomed a month or so ago, there are wonderful rows of irises and many azaleas currently flowering. In some cases, the azalea bushes have been manicured on the style (but not the size) of bonsai trees. Like many parks, this is slightly raised and views of the surrounding city appear at regular intervals. The garden is noted for combining the six attributes of a perfect landscape garden: spaciousness, seclusion, artifice, antiquity and panoramas and is designated a ...

Friday, May 22nd

A travel blog entry by kkelly432 on May 22, 2015

1 comment, 5 photos

... plush carpet...removed every 25 years and replaced! We saw some pictures of the village homes in winter and they looked like giant igloos ..they aren't kidding when they say the winters are severe. After this delightful stop, we carried on our journey, arriving in Kanazawa, on the west coast of Japan. In the core of Kanazawa, a city of over 2 million, sits a preserved Samurai mansion with beautiful gardens which we were allowed to ...

A day in Takayama May 21

A travel blog entry by kkelly432 on May 21, 2015

2 comments, 3 photos

... kind of museum where "floats" are on display between the spring festival and the autumn festival where they become part of a parade of floats, a tradition which started in the 17th century. These floats have little in common with North American parade floats, except that they do form a parade on the 4 days of the year they are used. These floats may weigh more than 2 tons, and are hand pulled by however many men are required. The heaviest one has no wheels ...

From Tokyo to Takayama

A travel blog entry by kkelly432 on May 20, 2015

1 comment, 5 photos

... But apparently it's usually cheaper to buy the rice than to try and grow it yourself. This hotel has 2 Japanese baths, so we were given complete instructions on the etiquette of the bath, information that I'm not sure either Rowland nor I are going to be needing. We'll see. We know everyone says they are wonderful ... not to be missed ... but it's hard to overcome inborn and long nurtured habits like avoiding rooms full of naked ...

Takayama and Shirakawa-go

A travel blog entry by domandkatey on Apr 29, 2015

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After more train stops on the glorious Japanese trains, we arrived mid-morning in Takayama. Takayama is a small city nestled snugly in the mountains of Northern Japan. As part of the Niso Valley, it is a great jumping off point for many beautiful hikes, ancient villages as well as being a lovely, quaint town itself. The Japanese countryside is pretty spectacular on the way and you are treated to views of bright green rivers, little villages and plush forests ...