Seiryukaku

Address: 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

    ... there were a lot in the free area. The most picturesque was the Karamon Gate. I also walked a bit on the hillside, but I was not so enthusiastic and didn't explore much.

    Then we headed to Ichijyo Waterfall. It was a small waterfall and it was possible to skip, but I thought my mum may have liked it and so stopped by. Fortunately, we were able to drive close to the waterfall and my mum easily walked up to the waterfall. It was comfortable ...

    Hakusan Super Rindo Forest Road & Shirakawa-go

    A travel blog entry by misocutlet on Aug 10, 2011

    20 photos

    ... in the mountainside. Both of us had been to the village. Especially, that would be the fourth time for my mom to visit the village. However, because the village was located at the starting point of the Hakusan Super Rindo Forest Road and it seemed that the village was worth visiting repeatedly, we decided to stop at the village for a short time.

    We took the Shirakawa Highway from Shokawa to Shirakwa-go. Unexpectedly, we found a beautiful lake on ...

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

    A travel blog entry by gypsykat on Oct 27, 2010

    2 photos

    ... about 3 of us) who had the nerve to get naked and go into the baths. Again, i wanted to experience the real thing! If you don't do what you'd normally not do, then how do you experience the 'real' thing?

    I had been obsessed with Japan for a very long time. Ever since i was a kid, and my Explorers group (like Girl Guides) had a year focused on Japan. I learned so much, did projects on my own, just for interest's ...

    Beaches, scams, and (surpirse) more trains

    A travel blog entry by allmystrings on Jul 15, 2009

    21 photos

    ... that it was incredibly windy, we were way out in the bay, and there were storm clouds amassing on the horizon, we did the only sensible thing: grabbed ahold of the fully-exposed ladder and climbed to the top of the lighthouse. On top of the lighthouse the wind grew even stronger and ripped at our clothes like a child trying desperately to remain in a toy store. Thanks to our incredible ...

    Day 17 - Number 47

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

    2 comments, 4 photos

    ... goal to visit everyone. I have always loved geography and I remember in the 5th grade of elementary school of scoring a 96 on a test of all the US states and their capitols. I always enjoyed looking at maps and wondering what do these places look like. By traveling, I have been able to fill in the spaces on the map with images, people, sound, color and smell. When something happens in those far off places, I can put a face to the ...