Jasmine Lodge

Address: 2639-11 Shirahama, Shimoda, Shizuoka Prefecture, Chubu, 415-0012, Japan | Lodge
 
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Location

This lodge is located in the Shimoda Onsen area of Shimoda.
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    Travel Blogs from Shimoda

    Ginza and Diving on the Izu Peninsula

    A travel blog entry by kalila.bolton on Aug 30, 2014

    4 photos

    ... grounds is prohibited, but the East gardens of the Imperial complex is open to the public, so we made the most of this. The gardens are picturesque in all the ways you`d expect of a Japanese garden: calm, with a small waterfall flowing into a pool of brightly coloured carp. All this with Tokyo`s impressive urban centre towering in the background, you get a real sense of Japan present and past wandering in the gardens.
    Ginza is Tokyo`s answer to Oxford street. We headed there on ...

    Mt Fuji

    A travel blog entry by alleyeagle on Jun 01, 2014

    1 photo

    Using information gleaned from our Japan by rail guidebook we made our way to Mishima station by bullet train in order to get as close as we could for a good view of Mount Fuji. This time we actually saw it from the train and also got a good view from the bus over to Motohakone. Getting off the bus I took a couple of great photos but then a pirate-looking ship was setting off across the lake and we jumped on that, not realising that that would be the end of our views until ...

    It's my birthday and I'll do whatever I want to!

    A travel blog entry by wwoofers on May 24, 2014

    1 comment, 38 photos

    ... 100 years may not be old in the history of humanity but for a wooden structure of 3 floors with extensive woodwork it was pretty darn impressive. The pictures hopefully do it some justice. From top to bottom everything is wooden. The doors are papered over for privacy which means they don't insulate from sound or temperature but traditionally in Japan buildings are not heated (imagine how cost effective that must be). We staggered up to ...

    More soaking and procrastinating

    A travel blog entry by petturik on May 23, 2014

    6 photos

    ... After about 30 minutes of walking the footpath changed into an asphalt road and i went back to the hostel for a nice long, hot soak in the onsen again. I felt really nize and fuzzy and warm all over coming out of the onsen and changed into my yukata again. As i was about to work on my blog a Japanese guy approached me and asked me if he could borrow some of my time. (yes that's what he said) He had made a brochure (in english) for ...

    Time to soak!

    A travel blog entry by petturik on May 22, 2014

    5 photos

    Since i was in no hurry and the next two days were planned as resting days i set the alarm for 8am and left the hostel at 9. My destination for today was Ito-Onsen but i had a small stopover in Nagoya because i wanted to see the railway museum there. It took a little over an hour to get to Nagoya and then another 24 minutes to get to the railway museum. I used the travel time to get some work on my blog done. I got out of the Shinjo-Futo station, which they pronounce Shinjoftoo ...