Koraku

Address: 972-1 Misasa, Misasa-cho, Tohaku-gun, Tottori Prefecture, Chugoku, 682-0123, Japan | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel is located in the Misasa Onsen area of Misasa-cho.
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    Travel Blogs from Misasa-cho

    Crossing Japan Country-side

    A travel blog entry by markkacik on May 25, 2014

    6 photos

    ... countryside give a deep appreciation of the quaint nature of the remote areas.

    This northern seaside city is surrounded by mountains and is dotted with temples, shrines, museums and markets that show a bit more slow and quiet Japanese lifestyle. It was a bit surreal pacing the near-empty streets on this Sunday afternoon. It helped me prepare for my next step - a remote mountain temple.
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    Sand in my shoes and other places

    A travel blog entry by worthj1970 on Jul 27, 2010

    ... boil some eggs. Yumura has a flow of the boiling hot water running through the town, and they have grates over the flow so people can lower containers of food to cook. If you don't have your own food you can buy some eggs to boil, and that's what Hanako did while I stayed with the van in case somebody came along and told me to move it. I didn't expect any problems; it was a random Tuesday on a hot summer day, hardly peak time for even a cool onsen town like Yumura. And nobody ...

    Tottori Sand Dunes & Sand Museum

    A travel blog entry by misocutlet on Jan 02, 2010

    22 photos

    Tottori was the main destination this time. The city is famous for its sand dunes along the seashore of the Sea of Japan. Last month, I have visited smaller sand dunes, Nakatajima sand dunes in Hamamatsu, but this time, I expected greatness from Tottori sand dunes. Unfortunately, however, they were a little bit disappointing, because the dunes were covered with snow and they looked like a ski resort. Still ...

    Totally Tottori

    A travel blog entry by jon-daniella on Jun 22, 2008

    4 photos

    We arrived in a very rainy Tottori and to be honest it did not stop throughout the whole day we were here. The first thing we did on arrival in town was to drop our bags off at our Minshuko, which is a type of Japanese hotel, less elaborate than a ryokan, but with the same tatami matted rooms. Unfortunately , there was little in the way of restaurants with English menus, so we ...

    More Onsens and Ryokans....plus a Japanese garden

    A travel blog entry by jon-daniella on Jun 21, 2008

    1 comment, 13 photos

    ... Britain`s without being anywhere near as good.) The museum and gardens were quite good, my favorite was seeing all the different Japanese gardens. These are very different to Englsih gardens, as they are ornamental ie you do not actually walk on the gardens just look at them from the inside of the building. There is a lot of attention to detail spent on the arranging of all the different features of the garden e.g trees, rocks, plants and ...