Ryokan Okino

Address: 248 Okuhida Onsengo Imami, Takayama, Gifu, Chubu, 506-1425, Japan | Ryokan
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This ryokan is located on 248 Okuhida Onsengo Imami, Takayama.
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Travel Blogs from Takayama

Takayama - Village Life, 2 nights

A travel blog entry by feuersalamander on Sep 04, 2015

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... It is a temple of Sukyo Mahikari, a new japanese religion that wants the people to find true peace by understanding the universal principles in all aspects of life. Unfortunately there was a ceremony and we could not visit this temple, so we had to walk all the way back (we have walked quite a bit, always thinking that the building was near..) and finally headed towards the Hida Folk Village again. But the path to go there is quite long and on the way there ...

On the road

A travel blog entry by teamjs on Aug 27, 2015

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I met Koji, whilst having dinner in a restaurant. We decided to do a road trip to Kamikochi and the sightseeing spots around the highlands.

Had an amazing day,the weather was playing along and travelling in a car for a change felt just like heaven :)

We finished the day off, by soaking in an outdoor hot spring. What more can you want!?! :)


Matsumotto unexpected cool

A travel blog entry by teamjs on Aug 24, 2015

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Spend around 4 nights in Matsumotta, used it as a base to do the Magome- Tsumago Trail, Kamikochi and the Wasabi farm

The hostel I stayed in, had a great escape plan, one route was the front door, the other through a window, unfortunately someone would need to cut back all the trees+ plans in order to have a quick escape :)

Also loved the advise for earthquakes: hid under the ...

Takayama in the Japanese mountains/alps

A travel blog entry by swisschris on Jul 31, 2015

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... two villages with very old traditional gassho-style houses. Gassho means "praying hands". The two villages where very cute but also very very touristic. I will notice that I really like rice fields (I you haven't already noticed that from pictures earlier this trip) and I felt in love with Japanese temples, houses and gardens. I hope I don't bore you with my pictues ...

Matsumoto and Narai-juku

A travel blog entry by domandkatey on Apr 30, 2015

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... expensive restaurants that we were keen to avoid. The real reason to come here is to admire the great shop fronts of these heritage buildings and soak in the atmosphere.

During our stay we enjoyed some sushi at a local pub with absolutely no English. We just pointed at the menu and hoped for the best. Inside, there were yellow banners with huge Japanese symbols and many young people celebrating Friday! The décor was exceedingly Japanese, with ...