Address: 1508-2 Yomogihiramachi, Nagaoka, Niigata Prefecture, Chubu, 940-1122, Japan | Ryokan
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This ryokan is located on 1508-2 Yomogihiramachi, Nagaoka.
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      Sawada Family Hospitality

      A travel blog entry by burrowsfamily on Jul 03, 2010

      1 comment, 25 photos

      I worked with Shun Sawada in 1995 teaching English at Niitsu High School and had the pleasure of meeting his lovely wife, Suzuyo, many times as she taught me Ikebana, Japanese flower arranging. Such a beautiful home, delicious food and stunning Japanese garden and bonsai. A wonderful visit to Yahiko mountain and shrine and the seaside. A trip into Niigata city to Kobari Beach, Sea of Japan. Such kind ...


      A travel blog entry by gouldy on Nov 12, 2008

      1 photo

      Ten years have now passed since I first landed in Narita airport. I'll never forget the strange smells, sounds and sights that confronted me on that Shinkansen (bullet train) journey to my new home. Although Japan is a world away from my life now ...


      A travel blog entry by glen_rs on Mar 15, 2008

      1 comment, 4 photos

      ... rice (and hence sake). When you approach the city you do get a feel for this. There are seemingly endless farms surrounding the city, which is different from the Osaka/Tokyo country side I have seen so far. Once you actually get into the city though, it is like most other urban Japanese areas - big flashing signs and heaps of people. I checked into a business hotel close to the station, then went about getting bus information. I wanted ...

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      A travel blog entry by ryota on Dec 20, 2007

      14 photos

      ... set phrases spewing out of some computer programme. The messages basically wished grandfather well in his afterlife. What was worth noting about the telegraphs, though, was not really the message or the medium (Here goes my Marshall McLuhen moment!). I had an opportunity to look at the telegraphs. These did not come on pieces of paper. The messages were printed on a card, the type that you can unfold to open and to read the messages. ...

      Japanese Alps

      A travel blog entry by dam on Apr 02, 2007

      2 photos

      ... think things can get any worse there is some light in the dark. An ozzie living in this small alpine town ask us where we are going and gives us a life to the hostel...... We then head out for Japanese pizza..... pretty nice.... cool little bar, done in a mock Alpine style full of Japanese, freaky. The next day it is snowboarding, and it is cheap approx 35euro for ...