TripAdvisor Reviews Post Hotel Shinjo
Travel Blogs from Shinjo
... hiked up the mountain, having matcha and mochi halfway up, before veering round to the side and following the mud path rather than the stone steps through the woods - had lunch at a cafe on the top of Mt Haguro - visited the Dewa-sanzan Historical Museum, admired the Great Bell, Kagami-ike (pond), the tomb of Prince Hachiko and the main temple Sanjin-Gohsaiden - got a blessing and had the evil wafted off us in one of ...
WE DID: - took a bus and 3 trains to get from Zao Onsen to Tsuruoka - pottered around Tsuruoka Koen (park) - stumbled across a French/Italian/Spanish bar/restaurant by our hotel and enjoyed some carafes of wine with tapas WE LOVED: - having a very chilled evening ready for our hike ...
... I could barely tell it was there. But the texture was different and kinda squishy. I didn't know how to order, so Daunte had to do it for me.
The gift shop was so cute. When liana and I saw something, we would shout Kawaii and everyone would stare at us.
She and I bought a ton of stuff and I'm not even gonna tell you the finally cost. I got a ton of cool things like a dried of sea horse. It's pretty amazing.
We then went to a mountain ...
... aren't that much different.
Once we arrived, we took off our shoes and went to the auditorium. The kindergarteners danced for us and sang/chanted.
We played a variety of games with them. During simon says, jack would always do the command , even if Simon didn't say. Everyone laughed at him.
Then, we walked to a temple about 7 minutes away. It was really pretty and when we got in, they did a ceremony with us and we got a ...
... fished back then. It was so different. We also went into a place where they displayed samurai swords. It was closed, but the workers opened it and we got to look around. We even got a ¥100 poster for free!
Then, we went to a pet store. The dogs were adorable and Carlene was freaking out. You could pet the baby bunnies and we did. There were ferrets and chinchillas and hamsters and gerbils and beetles and fish and koi and so much more. Sadly, no Shibas. ...