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TripAdvisor Reviews Yumori Tanakaya Nasushiobara
Travel Blogs from Nasushiobara
... for me which I haven't had since a child! They have some odd switches and dials near the bed which I'm sure stopped working before Led Zeppelin. Anyway the leisure wear they give you to wear around the resort grounds was fun, and the onsen (natural hot spring) was very relaxing.
Nikko town is more up to date and we stayed in a traditional Ryokan again for a night before we headed back down to crazy Tokyo again. The only difference ...
In our third day in Japan, our group took a two hour bus trip from our home base of Mashiko to the city of Nikko Japan.
Nikko is in the mountains, and we were over 4,000 ft above sea level by the time we reached our destination. It was a long, winding trip as we cut through the mountainside.
Although there are many sites ...
... out my meal I had some traditional tea and a slice of cheesecake -yummy! I was so full by the time I left. Back at the hostel, I chatted with my Belgian roommate who is at the beginning of his trip. I gave him some tips for Kyoto his next stop. I found the stalled pages from my J-Hoppers so I DVD him those too in case he stayed in one. I would say Nikko was a great last full day of my trip - a little nature and history to tie all aspects of Japan ...
... event as it was the 400th anniversary of the death of.... ( someone important, sorry couldn't remember but I'm sure Google will have the answer if you need to know!) after the festivities it was back to collect my bag which I'd left only in an unlocked cupboard outside the guesthouse right on the main street (the girl grinned when I queried storing it there saying " this is Japan" ) of course when I returned it was still there, she was right ...
... going on (we later asked a gentleman who said that it was to celebrate 400 years since the shrine was founded - by his family in fact, i.e. Tokugawa i.e. the old shogun i.e. major Japanese aristocracy!) - walked to the Ganman-ga-fuchi abyss: a lovely shaded walk alongside the river with waterfalls en route and around 50 Narabi-jizo ...