Musashi

Address: 868, Shirahama-cho, Nishimuro-gun, Wakayama Prefecture, Kinki, 649-2211, Japan | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located in the Shirahama Onsen area of Shirahama-cho, is near Adventure World.
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      Travel Blogs from Shirahama-cho

      Kumano Kodo

      A travel blog entry by chowgate on Sep 23, 2014

      31 photos

      ... was funny - at one with nature! Jona and I took a short hike up a very steep hill, which offered gorgeous views. We met John and Kate for a Japanese breakfast at 8:30, then we went on a hike to see a small shrine. We journeyed on to our next town, Kawayu Onsen, and it had begun raining. We walked the car route to Hongu Taisha shrine because the Kumano trail looked like it was going through the river! The shrine was fantastic - a lovely, dramatic entrance ...

      Kuma no kodo

      A travel blog entry by eminternational on Aug 27, 2014

      5 photos

      ... people are lovely and can speak a little bit of English so we have hit it off quite well. That's just a small portion of the last few days, but I am really enjoying myself, even though I'm a little bit tired now. Fun Fact: you have to eat all of the rice in your bowl. Rice takes 7 months to grow so each piece of rice has 7 souls. So you cannot leave the 7 souls in your bowl. Peace out! ...

      Wakayama!

      A travel blog entry by wwoofers on Jul 28, 2014

      12 comments, 34 photos

      ... by slow local train takes about 8 hours, but it sure is cheap. We settled in early for a day long ordeal and made our way slowly along the coast, enjoying the blazing heat, suffocating humidity and breathtaking scenery. The coasts of Japan seem to be for the most part extremely rugged and unforgiving and the rocks jutting from the bays that we passed were large enough to sink ships (some of them have). The beaches tend to be rocky and ...

      Sashimi with Yumi & other Wakayama Delights

      A travel blog entry by marybc on Jun 06, 2014

      15 photos

      ... people from all levels of society, even Emperors, have made the pilgrimage to Kumano. We didn't have the time to do the entire walk but, with Yumi's help, we were able to explore a good part of this lush and rugged area once known as the "Land of the Gods". Followers of Shinto (the indigenous religion of Japan, a worship of many Gods), Buddhism and Shugendo (Literally: "the way to spiritual power through discipline" - a form of Buddhism ...

      Last day of hiking

      A travel blog entry by sellers2013-14 on Apr 06, 2014

      40 photos

      ... maguro, sea bream, squid and even sole (which we have never had as sashimi before but was really sweet and tender.
      As usual, we had the multiple small covered plates of special delicacies that we would could ourselves, or open to our surprise as we went through our dinner presentation. Keely happened to lift the top off of an 8” long light green bowl and screamed, “It’s alive!”, which got everyone’s attention. Sure enough, ...