Komewa

Address: 1-306 Onsen, Awara, Fukui Prefecture, Chubu, 910-4104, Japan | Ryokan
 
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This ryokan is located in the Awara Onsen area of Awara.
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Travel Blogs from Awara

Eiheiji & Ichijyodani Valley

A travel blog entry by misocutlet on Jul 03, 2013

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... because of the bad weather. I answered that the gate was open when we arrived there.... Then I understood what had happened. The couple! They opened the gate! I was mad, but I couldn't do anything. After they towed our car out of the beach, I paid JPY11,600.... They gave me some discount, but I was not happy at all. The ryokan we stayed on the night was in Wakura Onsen Hotspring Resort. They were waiting for us to arrive, but a bit grumpy....
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Hakusan Super Rindo Forest Road & Shirakawa-go

A travel blog entry by misocutlet on Aug 10, 2011

20 photos

... designated as a national park and the forest road is a 33-kms-long drive way in order to enjoy great nature views. The downsides are its toll costing JPY 3,150 (JPY 2,540 for a light car) and limited business hours (you cannot stay somewhere on the road overnight.), so I was not certain whether the forest road was worth driving down. To be honest, however, I am too lazy to climb a mountain, but very eager to get great views from high mountains. For ...

Japan... when i was 17... 1975

A travel blog entry by gypsykat on Oct 27, 2010

2 photos

... Tea Ceremony, and i was the only one in our group to dress in a kimono. I wanted to experience more, and be more immersed in the culture.

Oh! And the toilets! Squatting over the toilets was a blast of course, but the weirdest part was the washroom at a restaurant (?). I had to walk into the men's washroom, past men peeing in urinals, to get to the women's washroom. Now how bizarre is that?

And i was one of the ...

Beaches, scams, and (surpirse) more trains

A travel blog entry by allmystrings on Jul 15, 2009

21 photos

... tucked between our legs, we decided to head out to the pier that protruded from the beach several hundred yards into the ocean.
The first incredible feature appeared about 100 yards into the pier. Along the right side of the walkway were piled huge, geometric shapes of concrete. They were stacked several deep for the length of the pier.
At the end of the pier we found a small ...

Day 17 - Number 47

A travel blog entry by 1061kun on Jan 02, 2008

2 comments, 4 photos

... me. There was a big contrast in weather between Tokyo and Fukui, sun and blue skies vs. cloud and snow. There was 6 inches of snow in Fukui which made the view out the window of train beautiful. Fukui is another small prefecture on the Japan Sea and it is just north of Kyoto. Fukui is famous for Echizen crab and that what we were looking for for lunch. Unfortunately, we couldn't find anyplace that specialized in crab so we settled ...