Myoko no Mori

2251-2 Sekigawa, Myoko, Niigata Prefecture, Chubu, 949-2112, Japan | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Myoko

Stranded in the snow

A travel blog entry by suebar

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... off and had lunch in a restaurant but we stayed put. We both had caught the cold going round the group and Starbucks was comfortable and warm. The tour leader came and went during this time, checking for news at the station. Eventual lit emerged that all trains that day were cancelled so he queued for about 90 minutes to buy reserved tickets for an early bullet train the following day. Then he had to find us a hotel for the night as none of us were keen to return to the ryokan, ...

Snow, monkeys and the bullet train

A travel blog entry by suebar

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... to attract them down from the mountain for the visitors. The whole area around the spring smelled strongly of sulphur and you could see the hot water vapour in the air. We did not take too many photos as the falling snow was getting our cameras wet. We had to be away, walking back along the track by 4:30 so that we were in time for the last bus back to Nagano. This walk was a little slower that the one towards the monkeys and we were able to realise that ...

Day 14 - Snow and monkeys at Jigokudani

A travel blog entry by apat

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... and vastly more interesting monkeys, we were all monkey'd out for one day, so we began the trip back down the ravine to the bus stop.

Given less than an hour to make it back, or wait an additional 90 minutes for the next bus, we picked up the pace down the icy track. But what was a gentle uphill slope on the way up is a much more friendly gentle downhill slope on the way back, so we made it back down with ease. Sufficient ...

Day 13 - Impromptu Karuizawa and Matsumoto Castle

A travel blog entry by apat

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... While the view from the nagano shinkansen is pretty when you're not plowing through tunnels at 200km/h, the trip to Matsumoto has to be the most picturesque train journey I've been on.

Out onto the streets of Matsumoto, it wasn't long before I began asking "why didn't we stay here?!". The whole layout and apparent convenience of the place just seemed more friendly, easier, and just allround better than Nagano. If I'd had my ...

Day 12 - Nagano. Now we're cold.

A travel blog entry by apat

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... Nagano station.
Wandering through the station, probably not surprisingly there was the highest ratio of foreigners to locals than I'd seen in all my trips to Japan. Also not surprisingly, every one of said foreigners, except for us, spoke with an American accent, and was carrying a snowboard.

Nagano is a small and peaceful little train station, in comparison to the massive and crowded cities within cities which have been the train stations we have ...

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This hotel, located in the Myokou Onsen area of Myoko, is near Suginohara.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Myoko no Mori

4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding