27 Yubaraonsen, Maniwa, Okayama Prefecture, Chugoku, 717-0402, Japan | Ryokan
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Travel Blogs from Maniwa

Adachi Museum of Art

A travel blog entry by misocutlet


... of pictures on the site. Pictures from the gardens in different four seasons are recommendable and they may enable you to choose a season in which you visit the museum. It also includes a number of pictures of paintings with full legends.

Flowers and Gardens (Yasugi City, Matsue City Shimane) video
http://www.youtube.com/user/visitjapan# p/u/107/ODo4sdjD4JY
First half of the video covers Adachi Museum of Art. ...

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

A travel blog entry by jon-daniella


We had booked ourselves into an ryokan for the night on the shores of lake Togo, which is near the town of Kurayoshi, however as we could only check-in at 3pm, we decided to make a stop at the Adachi Museum of Art and Japanese garden. This attraction was recommended to us by our host the previous night, and the pictures on the flyer looked good. Like every day it seems, it was again rainy, veering from drizzle to torrential downpours ...

Climbing Daisen

A travel blog entry by anslwithers


We climbed the extinct volcano of Daisen today. Nearly 3 hours up and a punishing 2 hours down. Sadly it was very misty and drizzly so we saw very little except a few pleasant locals that we passed on the way. I don't think they get very many foreigners in these parts. Legs hurt ...

The allure of Kyoto

A travel blog entry by odevened


Visit a Japanese city with an incredible history, cuisine, art, natural beauty, friendly people and a proud tradition ... and you'll be in Kyoto. A four-day stay in this wonderful city is not enough, but it's a start to getting a feel for Old Japan, of samurais and geisha, of castles, of temples and gardens around every corner, of food that is an art form, of narrow alleyways of which each has a story to tell in its cafes and shops and mom-and-pop ...

Seven months in Japan

A travel blog entry by odevened


... me that despite being a Japanese beginner, I can take big steps each month in speech. Reading and writing skills in Japanese will take much longer to master. But I will become proficient (to a certain extent) in hiragana and katakana in 2007. This I vow. My workbook for Japanese's phonetic symbols will be memorized, scrutinized, underlined and repeated day after day after day the remainder of the year. ...


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