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TripAdvisor Reviews Yumori Tanakaya Nasushiobara
Travel Blogs from Nasushiobara
... of hours, we had lunch at a local restaurant in town, another outstanding bento box with noodles, soup, fish and a number of indecipherable items.
From lunch we took a short ride to Kegon Falls. We were able to view the falls from several observations spots and got some good group pictures that I will try and add later.
... were at the bottom of the shrine stairs changing/praying. (Yes, I was rude and took a picture - I couldn't help it! How often do you see that?).
The lady at the hostel had recommended two hikes. Since I still had plenty of daylight left, I headed down the first. It was a fun hike through the giant forest trees on a rugged cobblestone path. The first half was all up stairs to get higher on the mountain. It ended at a little waterfall and tucked ...
I arrived in Nikko and it appeared the weather was on my side for a change as it was clear blue skies as I headed to the famous temple and shrine area, Nikko although again quite touristy and more busy than normal due to the festival had a nice feel to it and it made for a pleasant walk around the very impressive decorated structures in the main Toshogu temple area, many sights including the infamous three monkey carvings, hear no evil, speak no ...
... of the Buddhist saint of travellers and children) - back to Utsunomiya for a soak in the hotel onsen (for James) and a quick change before dinner out WE LOVED: - Starting to experience the east of Japan - the breathtaking beauty of Nikko (we'd love to spend more time there (next time!) and we're so pleased we changed our route to fit it ...
On our bus to Kegon Falls, our tour guide, Marie, noticed a man putting on his jacket. She immediately interrupted her talk about the beauty of the falls, and asked him if he was cold. She looked genuinely concerned. This concern and care for other people is a trend I've noticed while in Japan. The tiny things -- the way they hand back your credit card with two hands, holding it like it ...