Isaba

Address: 3878-20 Heda, Numazu, Shizuoka Prefecture, Chubu, 410-3402, Japan | Ryokan
 
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This ryokan is located in the Heda Onsen area of Numazu.
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Travel Blogs from Numazu

Off the beaten track

A travel blog entry by hugomaxisharon on Jul 08, 2015

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... then we rushed the last 3/4 in about 5 minutes! We finally got to Ito and collected our car for three days. This region doesn't feature in the Lonely Planet but is a popular tourist spot for Japanese. We head south down the coast road and there are some lovely views. The countryside is rugged with little tunnels through the hills, vaguely reminiscent of the drive between the south of France and Italy with pretty towns built into the hillside. The drive in parts is quite ...

Kyoto and Osaka

A travel blog entry by leticiag2013 on Jul 02, 2015

1 comment, 52 photos

... you know what you're getting! The next day we rented bikes again. We went to the Imperial Palace for a tour. For this you have to apply prior to visiting, it's a free tour. It was neat to see the inside and learn more about it. We were riding our bikes when it started to rain. We rode our bikes in the rain along the river and it was fun!! To end our day we went up the Kyoto Tower for a night view of the city! The next day we ...

Mt. Fuji is Right There, Honest!!!

A travel blog entry by michaelandre on Jul 01, 2015

5 photos

... upsetting that the tour company continued with a tour to see a mountain that they knew would not be visible without notifying passengers first. It was very upsetting when we were not able to get the bullet train tickets that we had already paid for and then had to pay out of pocket to get back home.

On the plus side, we got to ride multiple parts of the extensive Tokyo transportation system and saw beautiful Japanese houses and gardens in the countryside.
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Backroads Japan

A travel blog entry by tanglt on May 29, 2015

37 photos

... the most intricate one requires more than 300 manipulations to open! By the time we finished shopping, it has started to rain. We adjusted our plans and visited a private museum (there are hundreds of them around the country) with a great view of the lake. Mt Fuji unfortunately was behind rain clouds. The most amazing displays were the collection of kaleidoscopes and Chinese jade and ivory carvings. Some nice modern Japanese art as well.
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Izu Peninsula - Izu

A travel blog entry by annsan on May 26, 2015

34 photos

... products, lots of them packed in fancy gift boxes. The people at the registration desk are friendly, but hardly speak any English, so communication is kind of difficult. We had wanted to have dinner in the Winery itself, they pride themselves for the delicious food that is served there. But as it turns out they only serve lunch at the Winery and we are told we can have dinner at the hotel and that it will be a dinner made with local products. After trying to communicate with the ...