Shibutsu Sanso

Address: 761Tokura, Katashina-mura, Tone-gun, Gunma Prefecture, Kanto, 378-0411 , Japan | Lodge
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This lodge is located on 761Tokura, 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

... in Nikko it is most famous for the Toshugu Shrine. The shrine dates back to the 1600s and the architecture is incredible. To see all of the buildings required not only a lot of walking, but climbing A LOT of steps. It was a challenge for out-of-shape me, but happily I was able to keep up with kids.

After touring the temples for ...

See no Evil, Hear no Evil, Speak no Evil

A travel blog entry by bwendorff on May 24, 2015

22 photos

... and me out of breath). Then I took the other direction back to the park which was even more rugged and I had to basically watch every step. It was so much fun jumping from rock to rock, my own live video game. Guys who I passed on my way back? The monks! They didn't already to find it as amusing as I did. The second hike went first through part of town to the river and across. It brought me to Kanmangafuchi Abyss. I passed Rob again! This was a ...

Nikko festivities

A travel blog entry by mattstanbridge on May 18, 2015

1 comment, 92 photos

... part of trying to view the action itself was every time the archer set off up the hill there was a sea of cameras and selfie sticks held over the crowd making viewing a challenge to say the least. The following day it was the samurai festival where a seemingly endless stream of people ( around 1500 I think) dressed in various costumes paraded through the same area, I had learnt my lesson from the day before and got there early to get a good ...

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 ...