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 Day 2

A travel blog entry by gekogirl on Sep 30, 2014

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My day started extra early today as I decided to take some sunrise photos. I was up, dressed and outside at 5.30am.

When I had finished and returned to the room I had to wait an hour for everyone else to wake up so we could have breakfast.

After a nice breakfast at the hotel we caught the shuttle bus into town.

We started off by going to the morning markets. There were lots of strange looking ...

Takayama day 1

A travel blog entry by gekogirl on Sep 29, 2014

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... to Takayama. The train was a lot slower but it gave us a chance to enjoy the scenery through the mountains.

We then got the shuttle bus to our hotel, checked in had a little rest. Then it was back on the shuttle bus back into town to have a look around Takayama. As it was getting late we just walked around the town looking in a few shops. The local delicacy here is Hida Beef ...

Kanazawa - Day 4

A travel blog entry by gjsk on Sep 11, 2014

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Finally found the laundromat last night. Fully automated and paid for by purchasing a card for ¥2000. You don't need to load powder and a full load to wash and dry in the one machine takes 55 minutes, got to get one. Early morning to the smaller market near the old government building. Bought a few huge apples and some apple sauce for toast. Car news is that you can buy a micro car here called a 'Nude' and Dihatsu make a micro sports car sort of like ...

Shinhotaka Ropeway - Hirayu Spa - Day 3

A travel blog entry by gjsk on Sep 10, 2014

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... spa resorts, ski fields and roadside bus stops. The bus shelters are huts for winter travellers and have wooly seat covers for the comfort of those who wait. There seems to be a fixation on temperature with electronic road signs displaying current temperature every few kilometres. Could be for safety in winter, could be a detail people are fond of. Roadworks are preceded by workers in white 50's motorcycle helmets, cinch waisted grey overalls, white reflective sashes ...

Takayama Day 2

A travel blog entry by gjsk on Sep 09, 2014

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... controlled by uniformed men in white gloves who fill your car. Stop traffic and wave you away. There is no rubbish anywhere. Lunch was in a 6 person soba noodle shop run by one middle aged woman. Two bowls of noodles, tempura, exotic mushroom and grated vegetable in Bonito broth for ¥12000 ($12). Afternoon is a 20 minute bus ride to the Hida folk village and a wander around a traditional alpine village which has buildings moved to ...

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