Address: 31 Wakuramachi Wa, Nanao, Ishikawa Prefecture, Chubu, 926-0175, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel is located in the Wakura Onsen area of Nanao.
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Tsukuno Bay

A travel blog entry by haber.japan2014 on Jul 13, 2014

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... in the mirrors. I then sent my girls video emails entitled 'Selfies in the Bath (oh no!) ' He he! The mens bathing spot is is another large shallow pool, but set in a cave with little live crabs walking about. The crabs are endangered now because the temperature of the Sea of Japan is rising. At an appointed time the men and women switch bath locations so all can enjoy each site. This morning I had a long protracted discussion with the sales lady in the gift ...

Noto Peninsula Biking- Day 3

A travel blog entry by sellers2013-14 on Apr 10, 2014

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... which is based on an ancient recipe. Apparently, ishiri has been made in Japan for over 4,500 years. We had many favorite dishes at lunch, but one of the highlights was the pasta with squid and mountain garlic, as well as a vegetable called Kogomi. This is the first week of the season, and the season is only a month long, so it is a special treat. We enjoyed a fantastic three hour lunch and afternoon event at Flats with Ben and Chikaku, including the Czech ...

Biking from Wajima to Hykurku

A travel blog entry by sellers2013-14 on Apr 09, 2014

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... ago, and is still under reconstruction. The old, traditional portion of the town (called Kuroshima) has great architecture to see as you stroll through. We especially liked the traditional Kawara roof tiles, and will check it out on Maui to see if they are available.
Lunch was at a very well known restaurant in town, famous for serving monks and true believers visiting the monastery, and had a wonderful ...

Biking on the Noto Peninsula

A travel blog entry by sellers2013-14 on Apr 08, 2014

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... which is the headquarters of the Jodo-Shinsu sect of buddhism, founded in the 17th century by a monk named Shindon, whose statue sits near the entrance to the temple.
Mrs. Iiyama greeted us as we entered the Fukushoji Temple, and welcomed us to a traditional vegetarian lunch, presented in a beautifully decorated private room. She is reputed to be the best chef in the area, and frequently prepares meals for ...

Surprise response from Mitsu!

A travel blog entry by andersy on Mar 19, 2014

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So started the morning with a great local mountain region breakfast. So far I've eaten more entire fried fish than I have in my entire life. Since I'm the only one at the hotel I got the best room and am getting waited on hand and foot! It makes for a tough meal time though, I need to try everything so that the cook isn't offended, and the food is actually all great. The main problem is that they just keep bringing it out! ...