Spatio Kobuchisawa

Address: 2968-1 Kobuchisawa, Hokuto, Yamanashi Prefecture, Chubu, 408-0044 , Japan | Ryokan
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This ryokan is located on 2968-1 Kobuchisawa, Hokuto.
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    Matsumoto castle

    A travel blog entry by ptoj on Oct 05, 2015

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    Walked to Matsumoto castle, an amazing old wooden castle, shoes off, and walked up the 6 levels. Some stairs were very steep, almost vertical. Beautiful manicured gardens. We had ice creams under the vine covered pergola, and then went to the Matsumoto city museum, small but interesting. All tired and hungry went to ...

    Yudanaka to Matsumot

    A travel blog entry by ptoj on Oct 04, 2015

    After breakfast and photos Mr Yumoto drove us to the train. We went to Nagano then ran to catch an earlier train to Matsumoto, this caused much confusion at the gate but we made it . Boys relaxed in the hotel. We explored the town - nakamichi street and nawate street. Found the best indigo fabric shop ever, and bought some treasures, was also given lots of fabric gifts! Dinner at an Irish pub - not that ...

    A-Bomb, Alps, & Onsen

    A travel blog entry by orla_liam on Sep 30, 2015

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    ... old road that people would travel – and experience some of the hospitality along the way! And now we know why Japanese hikers in Canada love bear bells so much: every few hundred metres along the path was a bell hanging on a post, and you could ring it as you went by to scare away the bears!

    That same evening we took a train to Takayama, a city in a broad valley on the western slope of the northern Alps. We stayed in a ...

    When it's not raining, there'll be days like this

    A travel blog entry by erath on Sep 22, 2015

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    ... the scenery is even better, but of course that comes with very crowded trails. In summer it's a popular get-away for people who want to escape the heat, but the 'in-between'-ness of September was actually much better for me. Just the occasional 'Douzo, osakini' ('After you' / 'Please go first') to let oncoming hikers know they could pass me on the narrow paths, but besides that I felt I had the mountains for myself.

    I was only in Kamikochi for one ...

    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 ...