Lodge Kitazawa

Address: 1622-7 Hanasaku, Katashina-mura, Tone-gun, Gunma Prefecture, Kanto, 378-0408, Japan | Lodge
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This lodge is located on 1622-7 Hanasaku, Katashina-mura.
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Travel Blogs from Katashina-mura

Nikko, Japan

A travel blog entry by kevin_and_jonah on Jun 16, 2015

5 comments, 8 photos

... the two hour trip home we had dinner at our hotel. Everyone was pretty tired from the trip and settled down pretty early, but not before a rousing ping pong battle between several of our taiko students with some Japanese gentlemen that were also staying at the hotel Unfortunately, I didn't get any photos of that.

-- Kevin

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See no Evil, Hear no Evil, Speak no Evil

A travel blog entry by bwendorff on May 24, 2015

22 photos

... a battle. I'm not sure what it was about, but boy was it cool to watch. After it finished I skipped Futarasan Shrine and went directly to Taiyuinbyo Shrine, where I passed Rob on my way in. This shrine was smaller but still beautiful. I enjoyed my stroll around it. It has a really interesting moss covered sing wall built up behind it on the mountain side (my guess to prevent falling rocks). As I went to leave a small group of men (I'm guessing monks of ...

Nikko festivities

A travel blog entry by mattstanbridge on May 18, 2015

1 comment, 92 photos

... archery) tournament which is quite a sight and was on the main climb to the main Toshogu shrine area, the archers gallop on horseback uphill firing arrows at three targets on the way, quite a feat from full speed galloping horse, as I stood waiting a lady asked me something in Japanese and I knew it was a question from the sentence ending but only looked blankly as she smiled and said in perfect English " I asked what is your country" ...

Day 44: Nikko, Utsunomiya

A travel blog entry by millieandjames on May 17, 2015

6 photos

... 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 ...

Day 6 - Lauren Mackson

A travel blog entry by tcu on May 17, 2015

... and fragile. The quiet on trains as to not disturb any fellow traveler. And of course, the bowing to show modesty and respect. I am sure that the development of these aspects of Japanese culture is multifaceted. However, these actions show to me that despite all the technological advancements in the world and how fast paced the environment gets, there is always time to respect one ...