Seseragi No Yu Sakuraya Sakuemon

1-5-21 Isobe, Annaka, Gunma Prefecture, Kanto, 379-0127, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel is located in the Isobe Onsen area of Annaka.
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Travel Blogs from Annaka

Happy Birthday, Clancy.

A travel blog entry by ianandkathryn on Jan 06, 2014

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A special day not only because Clance rolled into his 12th year, also because it was the Spences last day on snow. And it was quite a day. We only took Tilly for 1 ski around lunch time, as the temp was -11C, -21 with wind chill. She handled it pretty well, and very unusually Jeremy also was struggling. Clance had a sore knee following an altercation with the door step in his hotel room, so this afternoon Aubrey, Andrew & ...

Ohayou Gozaimus Nozawa Onsen.

A travel blog entry by ianandkathryn on Jan 04, 2014

1 comment, 1 photo

2 bus rides ~ 1 hour each with a 90min stopover at Nagano saw us arrive at Nozawa mid afternoon. This place is a total contrast to Hakuba. It is a small town built into a steep sided valley with lots of tiny winding streets and funny little shops and alleys. We are staying at a Ryokan - a traditional Japanese hotel, which is quaint and interesting. As you walk into reception you take shoes off and are issued with slippers for walking around. ...

A grind to Kusatsu but it's amazing here!

A travel blog entry by velojim-japan on Oct 09, 2013

9 comments, 27 photos

... without knowing what she said. What came was the full chicken meal deal, chicken hearts on a skewer, chicken skin, chicken gizzards, etc. not the usual chicken yakitori that I'm used to. With today's chicken meal, I just had the rice with miso soup, the salad and the pickles which was enough to sustain me for the rest of the ride.

Arriving in Kusatsu was great. It has an instant resort town feel to it with many visitors walking around ...

Climb up Mt. Akagi and ride through farm country

A travel blog entry by velojim-japan on Oct 08, 2013

4 comments, 21 photos

... is now hurting. I've iced it and taken some ibuprofen to see if it will help.

Yesterday, I just hung around the hotel and the train station as I couldn't go too far with my aching knee. Both lunch and dinner were bento boxes purchased from the station supermarket. Lunch was 580 yen for a chicken bento box that was quite good and dinner was noodles and some veggies for 580 yen as well. That's a little over $6 but good ...

Road Trip

A travel blog entry by leinad61 on Apr 02, 2013

... is pretty much unknown to me. Driving back home (another two hours) was a challenge again. Not only was it now my first night time drive in Japan but I was also raining and YES I had to go back the same mountainous winding road I came before, and the car is kinda light. I prayed all the way back to Tatsuno. Only GOD got me back safely no doubt and I am thankful. Well enough for now. I'm sleepy. Ja ...