Nukumorino-yado Komanoyu

Address: 47-2 Fukushima, Kiso-machi, Kiso-gun, Nagano Prefecture, Chubu, 397-0001 , Japan | Ryokan
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This ryokan, located on 47-2 Fukushima, Kiso-machi, is near Kisofukushima Ski Resort.
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Travel Blogs from Kiso-machi

Matsumoto Castle and Lake Kawaguchi

A travel blog entry by vitraveller on Nov 23, 2014

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We travel via Matsumoto Castle to lake Kawaguchi. This castle is more than 400 years old and is one of the finest and best preserved in Japan. The next two days we will be staying at a lovely hotel overlooking lake Kawaguchi an a view of Mount Fuji. Here we get to relax in the hot springs, have a massage or just relax before we leave for bustling ...

Autumn Leaves

A travel blog entry by tbugs1 on Sep 24, 2014

2 comments, 26 photos

... tonight.

Weirdly, we rarely, almost never, eat Korean food in Australia. This is despite the fact that we stay in Strathfield when we are down in Sydney and that is Korean town and filled with Korean restaurants. We will have to go there when we get home.

We called it a night after dinner and Shigeki and Norzin drove us back to the hotel. We will see Norzin tomorrow morning but Shigeki has to work in Mito, a suburb 2 hours away.
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Back on the Farm

A travel blog entry by wwoofers on Sep 16, 2014

2 comments, 33 photos

... in Japan. We were unaffected although the farm itself is only about 30 km (google the mileage I don't know the translation) from Mt. Ontake. We did get to see a great fireworks display on our first night back in Gifu, which is way better than a volcano in my opinion (and usually no one gets hurt unless they are teenage boys blasting bottle rockets at each other). It was a spectacular display and bigger and better than any ...

Hiking in Hakuba

A travel blog entry by paablo on Sep 02, 2014

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... proceed to the hot springs.

The Onsen had seven different baths to choose from, all heated at different temperatures. There was also a cooling bath, which Bryan recommended jumping into before a hot spring for maximum effect. It is also traditional to not wear any clothing at the baths, having only a tiny towel to hide ones modesty. It was an interesting to experience this slice of Japanese culture and a good way to wind down after a day of ...

The Battle of Sekigahara

A travel blog entry by cdavis0496 on Aug 03, 2014

3 comments, 30 photos

... up in most of my blogs. His name is Ieyasu Tokugawa, and one could say that Japan would not be how it is today without him and his family.

Although I didn't do it on purpose, a lot of the cities I have traveled to in Japan had some monument or castle built by him. As I look back at the previous blogs, I'm actually surprised that no one noticed him cropping up so much. Many of the castles I visited ...

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