Silk Hotel

1 Nishiki-cho, Iida, Nagano Prefecture, Chubu, 395-0083, Japan | Hotel
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Culture and snow

A travel blog entry by runes_journey


... early as the 8th century, its quaint, with narrow, winding streets and has 13 onsens for public use.

Late afternoon we finally made time to explore the village in daylight. Im in love with the place already. It feels 8th century as you weave your way around the maze of streets passing shrines, inscribed standing stones, temples, onsens, stalls selling oyaki (steamed dumplings) and mixed in with all the tradition ...

1st taste of Japan's famous powder

A travel blog entry by runes_journey


... complete whiteout. At Falls Creek the lifts would have been closed!
Rune struggled with the conditions (and rightly so) we took it in turns to board with him. He managed 2 runs with a lengthy break in between where we drank hot chocolate and sat in front of a heater.

The run called 'paradise' was actually paradise to snowboard down today. I can see what all the ...

Snow and Sun (and a sensational smorsgabord)

A travel blog entry by runes_journey


... at each other was only one of my old nursey work mates Mark, who I worked with for 5 years up on the Northern NSW coast. What a delightful surprise! I think a beer and a catch up on news is in order one night!

At dark we explored the village, with its maze of narrow, winding streets. It is such a magical place. We found a place to eat, where for $22 we ate the most delicious Japanese food. ...

Skiing Hakuba

A travel blog entry by zoeandluke

... hot with blue skies. We made up for it by doing lots of park skiing, mixing up different resorts, playing tag down the slopes with snowballs with loser doing a sake and first fall of the day having to chug a beer. Unfortunately I tried a really hard black mogul field on day 2 and ended up with the beer for the day. We had some really good food and the Japanese Onsens were amazing as usual. Final night we went out for ...

Day 21

A travel blog entry by thebyrnes


Today was our last day skiing :( so none of us kids did lessons. It was also a very snowy and foggy day! The downpour of snow made the skiing really good though! All 11 of its headed up the gondola to Hakuba 47 in the morning and we skiied some runs there. It was VERY cloudy. The Sowry's (except for Jack) and Holly went back over to Goryu and we stayed to do some more red runs. The snow was so good. Then we started skiing back down to ...


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