Minshuku Goyomon

438 Ainokura, Nanto, Toyama Prefecture, Chubu, 939-1915, Japan | B&B
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This B&B is located on 438 Ainokura, Nanto.
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    Travel Blogs from Nanto

    Summer in Toyama

    A travel blog entry by cynthiana.diane on Aug 07, 2014

    6 comments, 44 photos

    ... with it. But if I'm missing my trick, that means everyone "has" to catch theirs. Fortunately, one of the best qualities of the people I work with is their patience. I've never been berated for my misses, only encouraged to stay with the process and keep improving. Perseverance is how I got here, and at this point, I am well versed in the practice. I started out the month of July at about 50% (catch vs miss) and have progressively worked my way up from there. ...

    Takayama and Shirakawago

    A travel blog entry by inesoca on Aug 05, 2014

    1 comment, 15 photos

    ... there were a lot of shoes at the entrance because it's Japan duh so no shoes inside). It was super clean and everybody was very friendly and helpful. We didn't do a lot of activities there, but is a great departing point for mountain stuff like trekking, cycling, onsen (Japanese baths). I thought about doing an onsen but when I realised I would have to be naked, I was not sure what would be the Japanese reaction to certain Portuguese ...

    Goodbye Tokyo... I shall love you forever

    A travel blog entry by inesoca on Aug 03, 2014

    1 comment, 5 photos

    So we left. We are now in Takayama, a small mini Kyoto in the Japanese Alps. Tokyo is an amazing place. For example I discovered today that the Yamanote line, the train line we were taking everyday, is the busiest train line in the world. Every day it transport about 4(!) million people in 29 stations only. There are a lot of things we ...

    Takayama

    A travel blog entry by lisakresky on Aug 01, 2014

    54 photos

    ... A castle was built, but now is in ruins in Shiroyama Park. Takayama was very much a merchant town and the merchants were directly responsible for creating the towns culture and spring and autumn festivals. The museum discussed the city's history, a bit about the festivals, and then some some examples of the traditional culture and arts. The next place I went to was the Takayama Festival Float Exhibition Hall. The Takayama festival occurs in April ...

    Travel in Japan - Fast and Efficient

    A travel blog entry by lisakresky on Jul 31, 2014

    39 photos

    ... specifically for sake making and it isn't the same rice that we eat. After our sake tasting we had free time. I decided to explore the first part of the Higashiyama walking trail. The first part basically takes you through many different shrines, temples and cemeteries. Many of the temples had bell towers in front of them, with each temple and bell tower looking very similar to one another. Since I ran out of time, I'll have to try and explore the rest tomorrow. Dinner was ...