Ryokan Okino

248 Okuhida Onsengo Imami, Takayama, Gifu, Chubu, 506-1425, Japan | Ryokan
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Day 16 - Falling ice, and the best burger on Earth

A travel blog entry by apat


... different because we were able to have a private onsen, but it was also not a great example of an onsen bathroom either. It wasn't as good as either of the previous ryokans we've stayed in.

So having changed from freezing outside to being slowly boiled to a well done consistency in the bath, there is no surprises that all of us are suffering from the flu.
In an attempt to make that worse, with around 90 minutes before dinner ...

Day 15 - Onsen and Hida beef in Takayama

A travel blog entry by apat


... we'd want to afterwards, we went down to the bathhouse to have an onsen, or hot spring bath. This ryokan, unlike most, allows you to lock the doors to have a private bath, so for the first time I was able to take a bath with the girls, instead of having to go to separate male and female bathing areas.
The onsen was much like I remember them to be. Initially relaxing, but after about 5 minutes of soaking, simply too damn ...


A travel blog entry by markallen

... and each of them are divided into a ladies’ and a men’s area. The etiquette is that you are wash yourself in a small shower before entering the pool, and then bathe in each of the pools, possibly rinsing / cleaning in between (as far as I understood). The onsens were great, and very relaxing – they felt like an insight into local life, especially when a barrage of pensioners came to join us in the ...


A travel blog entry by 4tumbleweeds


... Japanese bullet train. I have been on the French TGV before and the Shinkansen is similar – quiet, smooth, and extremely fast. The Shinkansen has also been operating since 1964, making it older than any of us. (How about it, Amtrak?) From the Shinkansen we switched to a local train in Nagoya, which wound through some beautiful mountain scenery along a river and carried us to Takayama.

Takayama is notable for ...


A travel blog entry by davidandjackie


... I was finished with my beef. In the morning we checked out the local market and then headed to a festival that was happening in the old part of town. It was an art and street meat festival! I love street meat! And there were booths selling every type everywhere, some sort of ninja drumming show....and some art to fill the space. First I had some sort of sticky round McDonald's hash brown looking thing....on a stick (of course)...it ...


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