Bouyourou

Address: 4-3-38 Mikunicho Komegawaki, Sakai, Fukui Prefecture, Chubu, 913-0057, Japan | Ryokan
 
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Location

This ryokan is located in the Mikuni Onsen area of Sakai.
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    Travel Blogs from Sakai

    Kanazawa to Hiroshima

    A travel blog entry by kas19 on Dec 14, 2014

    ... at the room to find a frustrated Ryan who had spent the last hour taking to the Riga Royal's IT guy in a vain attempt to secure a solid Wifi connection. I attempted to calm him with CNN and a back rub. Once Ryan was settled into world affairs I bravely started a book I have been dreading a little, The Kite Runner. After making a game plan for our desired destinations Ryan and I said good night and settled into sleep in our separate twin ...

    Kanazawa

    A travel blog entry by kas19 on Dec 13, 2014

    ... arrow window and defence strategies. We wandered the inner grounds admiring the majestic black and white Castle listening to explanations of the three types of rock wall construction. After about 30 minutes our tour was complete, we thanked our tour guide and headed for the Omi-Cho Market to find something warm to eat. After wandering the fish stands once more we headed to the seconded floor of the market and tried Udon soup for the first time. It was very tasty ...

    Local life on the coast of Japan sea

    A travel blog entry by mrduby on Aug 28, 2014

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    Having 'seen' the house on google map, I recognized it right away. Google has been transforming our life continuously. Our life will become more and more occupied by virtual life, experience beyond our immediate environment. Travel becomes a journey of becoming different persons in different places. Experiencing different identities! But this is good! We get to realize others' life, and develop empathy!
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    Eiheiji & Ichijyodani Valley

    A travel blog entry by misocutlet on Jul 03, 2013

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    On the second day of our trip in Chubu Region, we traveled in Fukui Prefecture. There are not many tourist attractions in the prefecture, but Eiheiji Temple is said to be a must-see. First, we visited Ichijyodani Valley to see Asakura Clan Ruins. It's a comparatively new tourist attraction, but many tourists to Fukui stop by the ruins. The admission fee was only 210 yen and free for over 70 y.o. seniors. At first, I thought there was not much to ...

    Japan... when i was 17... 1975

    A travel blog entry by gypsykat on Oct 27, 2010

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    ... about 3 of us) who had the nerve to get naked and go into the baths. Again, i wanted to experience the real thing! If you don't do what you'd normally not do, then how do you experience the 'real' thing?

    I had been obsessed with Japan for a very long time. Ever since i was a kid, and my Explorers group (like Girl Guides) had a year focused on Japan. I learned so much, did projects on my own, just for interest's ...