Resort Hotel Tateshina （Art Land Hotel Tateshina）
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... Helen tried the White bean with cherry leaf which is the seasonal speciality which was really very good. Chris & Nia opted for the chocolate fillings. Full of sake & various foods we went to the castle which is heritage listed. Volunteers offer a free guiding service so we availed ourselves of this and had a very entertaining and informative two hours with our personal guide. We climbed right to the top of the castle and learnt a lot about castles and Japan in general. ...
... have tatami mats which must not be walked in in shoes. Nia likes them because it has a horsy stable smell (hay like smell). We have slippers for the hall area and special toilet slippers! There are no beds as the maids come to lay out the futon mattresses at 7pm. When Nia unpacked her bag she found her camera... After lunch we walked around the town which has lots of old houses and excellent craft shops. ...
Sunday – April 5th
Easter Sunday was our day of rest. It was nice to have breakfast at the Lodge and not need to put on our ski gear and hit the mountain. We hung out at the Lodge for a couple of hours and then explored the town a little more. We walked up to the "top of town" where the cooking onsen is. The local villagers use the cooking onsen to slowly cook vegetables and onsen eggs which ...
We arrived at Villa Nozawa to be greeted by Kyoko-san and Mark and Gab – it hardly felt like we'd been away for over a year as they welcomed us like we’d left last week. Villa Nozawa has a lovely warm vibe, always lots of kids and friendly families. They are full which is great (although it makes bookings for next season harder!)
We went for a walk around the village and had some lunch at a lovely small Ramen restaurant (10 people ...
... organising trips for people as a travel agent. A really pleasant night.
Getting on to the next town was welcome after 2 days on my own. At 9:03am a tiny bus whined up the hill with a hunched old man behind the wheel. Glorious sunshine and no words of English, we wound our way through the old school countryside, past the early cherry blossoms and onto the deserted train platform. Hattoji was a great break from the big cities but it was time to rejoin the ...