Daimaru

571 Akakura, Myoko, Niigata Prefecture, Chubu, 949-2111, Japan | Ryokan
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Travel Blogs from Myoko

Toe-Key-Oh, Tokyo

A travel blog entry by shenanigans on Mar 11, 2013

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Our overnight Willer Bus is brilliant. Bright pink reclining soft seats with pull down shades to block out sound and light. Alan takes full advantage and gets a good sleep. Sharon struggles and is wrecked by morning time. We're dropped off at Shinjuku at 7.15am which is supposed to be one of the busiest places on earth in rush hour. It's …

Monkeys and Typhoons and Sparklers oh my

A travel blog entry by averyadventures

... day! I really REALLY wanted to see a bear on our trail. There were warning signs about the bears as we were ascending the mountains. We learned later on that people wear bells to scare away the bears, and lots of the climbers had bells so my dream of hugging a mountain bear were crushed. haha. I got to take pictures with stuffed bears though, so I guess that will suffice for now. Leaving the Mountain we were DEAD tired and ready for the next Japanese experience- the ...

Potluck and bells

A travel blog entry by lilseppey

Easy day today. Kuzuko invited members from her English class and teacher over for a pot luck. The food was yummy! Mr. Hoya was here again and brought me a Coke. As you have seen on the bottles right now for the world cup it says something like "Have a drink with ( insert COMMON NAME)" Well in Japan one of the common names is Mr. Hoya's first name. So you guessed it the label had his first name on it. (HIDIE) Also I pulled ...

Officially a big girl.....

A travel blog entry by averyadventures

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... it was the first time I had heard American music since I have been on the trip...aside from Beyonce one time. The house was owned by a British woman and she was poking fun at our American holiday...it was pretty funny. The plethora of people at this party was certainly one of a kind. English speaking Japanese women, British folk, and all of the English teachers from around Nagano in one spot. It felt wonderful and comforting to speak full sentences in English and use ...

A little piece of America in Japan

A travel blog entry by lilseppey

... out time. They love stickers and kind of mobbed us for more. They talk loudly at you and are touching you. It can be a bit intense. We also went to a calligraphy class. We learned how to write the character for 'growth’. The second character I’ve made since being here! The other one was ‘Japan’! We stayed at school for the club activity of "Japanese ...

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This ryokan, located in the Akakura Onsen area of Myoko, is near Suginohara.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsDaimaru Myoko

    Reviewed by dnakamura

    Shopping in Sannomiya

    Reviewed Jun 16, 2014
    by (5 reviews) , United States Flag of United States

    Aki took us to a great Kobe Steak restaurant called SteakLand where we all enjoyed teppanyaki style Kobe beef (was around $30per person, which I thought was reasonable for that grade of beef.). They had these deep fried garlic chips which the chef "refreshed" by frying the chips in butter and he kept them to the side of the teppanyaki grill so that they were extra crispy. The steaks were melt in your mouth delicious but I highly enjoyed those garlic ch ips eaten together with the steak. I cannot say it was that much better than the 5 star steak we have on the Star of Honolulu.

    Paul felt that because of the seasoning and marbling, he could tell it was a better steak. Bran felt that the ryokan steak was a tad better. Dad was so gracious to treat us to such an awesome lunch.

    After our fab lunch, Aki took us to various stores right under sannomiya station for shopping. I got to purchase my U V umbrellas

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Daimaru Myoko

    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good