Seiryukaku

1-102 Nishionsen, Awara, Fukui Prefecture, Chubu, 910-4127, Japan | Ryokan
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This ryokan is located in the Awara Onsen area of Awara.
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    Travel Blogs from Awara

    Eiheiji & Ichijyodani Valley

    A travel blog entry by misocutlet on Jul 03, 2013

    28 photos

    ... to me. The weather was not so good when we arrived, but the gate was open. There was only one couple on the beach. We drove on the beach for a few minutes, but because the weather was not good, we returned to the entrance. We enjoyed a view there, taking a few pictures. Then the accident occured. When we parked the car, there was no problem, but a few minutes later, when we drove away, the car didn't move. The car was stuck on the beach. I ...

    Hakusan Super Rindo Forest Road & Shirakawa-go

    A travel blog entry by misocutlet on Aug 10, 2011

    20 photos

    ... the great buildings were built by commoners of the village, not by religious groups nor authorities. Shirakwago was terribly crowded with tourists on the day. In my first visit, it was mid-winter and the village was covered with heavy snow. For that reason, I didn't see many people in the village, but this time, the number of tourists was far larger than I had expected. We had a bit difficulty even in finding a parking space. We stayed there for half ...

    Japan... when i was 17... 1975

    A travel blog entry by gypsykat on Oct 27, 2010

    2 photos

    ... it was all gross, it moved me very much and my quote given at the end of the tour, was actually published in the local newspaper. Very cool.

    I loved Tokyo... wandering down back streets and finding cheap things to buy. The food permanently displayed in plastic replicas of the dish it represented. The way all the traffic stopped and the intersection was then swarmed with pedestrians going every which way!

    We went ...

    Beaches, scams, and (surpirse) more trains

    A travel blog entry by allmystrings on Jul 15, 2009

    21 photos

    ... the wind-tossed pitches.
    When it came time for lunch, the young dude who so graciously watched after our stuff for the small fee we paid earlier pointed us to the next tent. We thought lunch was included in the 600 yen we had paid earlier, but apparently it was not. We ended up paying an additional 600 yen for meager (at best) portions of fried rice.
    Our wallets lighter and our newly ...

    Day 17 - Number 47

    A travel blog entry by 1061kun on Jan 02, 2008

    2 comments, 4 photos

    ... to ride the Thunder-bird. She had been worried that we couldn't make the train as there was only 15 minutes between my arrival and the Thunder-bird's departure but as the experience traveler I knew there would be plenty of time and I even put my bags in lockers which luckily was on the same platform as the train. Unfortunately, the train was packed with New Year travelers and we had to stand the entire way to Fukui which was ...