Kutsuroginoya Yuu

200-228 Hitoegane, Okuhidaonsengo , Takayama, Gifu, Chubu, 506-1432 , Japan | Ryokan
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Travel Blogs from Takayama

Day 16 - Falling ice, and the best burger on Earth

A travel blog entry by apat


... morning. Takayama is a fairly ordinary town once you've seen it once or twice. Undoubtedly a very pretty old city, which has deliberately retained a lot of it's ye olde Japanese charm and heritage, largely for tourism reasons, but it is a sleepy little town that thrives on slow pace, scenic and mostly closely located attractions, and does its best to give visitors a glimpse at bits of Japan from days long gone.

Sumiyoshi ryokan appears to ...

Day 15 - Onsen and Hida beef in Takayama

A travel blog entry by apat


... work out at roughly the same travel time. The journey via Nagoya is longer, but almost as fast since a good portion of it is via Shinkansen. I chose the route to the north, even though it had 3 train changes, because we'd not seen the northern areas of Japan before, and I was guessing that the scenery would be prettier than the southern route.

We certainly weren't disappointed with the views on the train ride. The ...


A travel blog entry by markallen

... meaty local culinary specialities.

We stayed in Takayama for two days. On the first, we just walked around the city (it is a city, but definitely feels more like a village), visiting some hillside cemeteries – often our favourite haunts in Japan (excuse the pun) as they offer an escape from crowds and unrestricted aerial views of the area. We tried the local speciality of Hida beef buns, which ...


A travel blog entry by 4tumbleweeds


... with a visit to the morning market along the river, which featured vendors under white canvas awnings selling all sorts of things, especially produce, which as it happens included the best apples anywhere. Elias really got interested in the river, which was home to ducks and some enormous carp, which somehow managed not to get swept over the many small waterfalls. Then more wandering through the old town, which included a ...

Step back in time with lots of fun

A travel blog entry by nikitravel

Getting there:
We've booked our seats on Shinkansen to Nagoya, then transfer on the local train to Takayama. The local train ride is very scenic. Most people that are travelling to Takayama will proceed to Shirakawa-go which is another 50 mins on the bus. We are only there for one night so we decided to stay in Takayama instead

Things we did:
Hida No Sato (Hida Folk Village)
After checking into our hotel, ...


This ryokan is located in the Okuhida Onsen area of Takayama.
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