Hidatei Hanaogi

411-1 Honbumachi, Takayama, Gifu, Chubu, 506-0003 , Japan | 4 star ryokan
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Travel Blogs from Takayama

Kanazawa Gardens & Beautiful wood souvenirs

A travel blog entry by sellers2013-14


... for the day was a lovely Italian-Japanese fusion dinner, including pizza, pasta, sashimi, nice Italian wine, sake and limoncello. What a great evening and a very wonderful day, in every way!!
Tomorrow is our last full day in Japan — very sad. We have enjoyed the ambience, ceremony, hospitality, humility, friendliness and service here so very much — we will really miss it, and look forward to returning to enjoy all of this wonderful ambience ...

Takayama: exploring

A travel blog entry by vanessaetyann


... are local hida beef. Just with salt and pepper, you don't need anything else trust me.

Also going along, you find plenty of sake shops displaying local sake. Well it is raining outside so why not go for few sake "degustation". The local sake is quite pleasant. it taste a litlle fruitier than other sake and in my opinion is better cold (we tried both warm and cold).

It s a nice day to do some shopping for souvenirs and Takayama has ...

Site seeing in Takayama.

A travel blog entry by steveandtam


... down under an overpass and up another hill. We finally spotted the Golden Arches (even though we prob could have walked to the next town by now). We got in side only to find that they didn't have any soy. I had to console myself with a bacon and egg mcmuffin instead. We each got something to try and were all shocked at how delicious everything was. It was all very fresh and full of flavour - and unlike Australian Maccas, this stuff actually looked like ...

Hida beef get in our bellies!

A travel blog entry by steveandtam


We got up early and got a taxi to the train station as we didn't really want to manouver our luggage along the street with possible snow and peak hour pedestrian traffic. We then got our Starbucks fix before we lined up for our train. Steve spotted some tin corned soup that came hot out of a vending machine so of course he had to give it a go. It was actually quite tasty! Our train arrived and we made ourselves comfortable for the journey ...

Golden pavilion, Nijo Castle and burnt miso!

A travel blog entry by steveandtam


Today was site seeing day! Time to make like a tourist and jump on a multitude of buses and walk around like sardines armed with cameras! We purchased a daily bus pass for 500 yen....anyone who is traveling to Kyoto who plans to catch more than 2 buses on one day must get this! We headed to Kyoto station in search of something that we haven't had a lot of this trip....food lol. We stopped in at Honey Bee for some quiche and croque monsier and then went to Cafe Du Monde for coffee ...

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    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding