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1630 Nishibora, Asahicho, Takayama, Gifu, Chubu, 509-3314, Japan | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Takayama

Day 16 - Falling ice, and the best burger on Earth

A travel blog entry by apat


... so I suspect that they have trouble handling the load when their establishment was full. We finished the meal, and waited...and waited. Assuming she wasn't coming back, we walked out of the dining room, briefly searched for her, or anyone, to thank, and when we failed we went upstairs to prepare for bed.

Around an hour later the girls were in bed and I was sitting (on the floor, because there is nowhere else to sit) in my underwear ...

Day 15 - Onsen and Hida beef in Takayama

A travel blog entry by apat


... that it wouldn't strip the tastebuds off my tongue.

Then it was time for the yakuta ceremony, where the hostess enthusiastically ran away and returned with traditional Japanese pyjamas for the girls and us. She helped each of the girls get dressed into their pyjamas, at 3:30pm in the afternoon, before we'd had a chance to even have lunch. While she was dressing the girls I was trying to think of the most polite way ...


A travel blog entry by markallen

... bones at an onsen town called Gero. An Onsen is a Japanese hot spring, and although there are several natural ones (in rivers, lakes, etc.), several towns with a high hot spring activity have drawn water from hot springs into sculpted surroundings at their hotels or spas. In the case of Gero, there are both, but we opted for the hotels, and visited two such establishments. Each of these hotels had an outdoor and indoor ...


A travel blog entry by 4tumbleweeds


... with a visit to the morning market along the river, which featured vendors under white canvas awnings selling all sorts of things, especially produce, which as it happens included the best apples anywhere. Elias really got interested in the river, which was home to ducks and some enormous carp, which somehow managed not to get swept over the many small waterfalls. Then more wandering through the old town, which included a ...

Day 4 - A Ryokan Stay

A travel blog entry by modernsamuraij

... this I slipped into a Yakata, went back to my room and sat down with a cup of tea to relax.

As I write this, it's just before 7am, I'm sitting at the window seeing the town wake up slowly. I'll be trying out a Japanese breakfast in about an hour and then I'm off to explore the morning markets and the old district of this beautiful town before I head off to the old capital, Kyoto.

Thanks for reading =)



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