Address: 600 Shiobara, Nasushiobara, Tochigi Prefecture, Kanto, 329-2921, Japan | Ryokan
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This ryokan, located in the Nasu Onsen area of Nasushiobara, is near Cape Jaffa Wines.
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A travel blog entry by ruby_travel on Oct 26, 2015

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... the train moves off etc etc. You find yourself reciprocating to a degree.

We came across so many lovely people and spoke to many people in our travels. Unfortunately, communication is an issue as not many people we came across spoke much English and our Japanese is woeful so we were unable to get any direct insight into ...


A travel blog entry by nreid on Oct 23, 2015

22 photos

... not the place to dine so we held off though it was about 7pm. We were dropped off in Shinjuku near the train station to find our own way back to the hotel at Shinagawa.

Dinner was in Shinjuku Station as too sick to bother. Great affordable food in the stations. Many of the places have photos of what they offer and a vending machine where you order your food and drinks. Nice young man helped us work it out. Huge serve ...

Never Say Kekko...

A travel blog entry by gingerschilling on Oct 22, 2015

40 photos

... Ieyesu, the first shogun of the Tokugawa shogunate period in Japan. Climbing many stairs and following stone and cedar-lined pathways, we made our way to the tomb. As at Kegon Falls, many middle-schoolers shared our the way. I was delighted as Will greeted them with his version of hello "Nee Chee Wa". After the tomb, we took off our shoes and entered the main shrine. This may not have been the best idea as Will got really excited in there. I spent more time controlling him ...


A travel blog entry by gisworqer on Oct 09, 2015

3 comments, 24 photos

Today I took a train up to the mountains north of Tokyo to a touristy town called Nikko. The area is a UNESCO World Heritage site. I left a bit too late in the day to see everything I wanted to, but visited a shrine from the 1600's of shogun Tokugawa ...

From the rush hour to the consecrated mountain

A travel blog entry by jandwinjapan on Sep 28, 2015

1 comment, 50 photos

... But we got there in time to buy some breakfast: sushi, for in the train. The shinkansen (bullettrain) is marvellous. Actually, the whole system here with metro and trains is kick-ass, the NS could learn a lot from the Japanese, but the shinkansen tops it all: it runs to the second on time, has very short stops, goes like a bullet but very, I mean VERY smooth. It's amazing how comfortable it is. There's loads of legroom, all the ...