Tamaya Ryokan

227 Bessho Onsen, Ueda, Nagano Prefecture, Chubu, 386-1431, Japan | Ryokan
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Another action packed day

A travel blog entry by anniebusch

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... and swimming in a hot spring bath. A bucket suspended over the river kept them, and us amused, and cameras snapping. Then it was back down to the bus again.
Next stop was the Zenkoji Temple, one of Japan's most famous. Founded 1400 years ago, it is home to what many believe to be the first statue of Buddah brought to Japan. I didn't see it, preferring to wander around the lovely gardens, which is, after all why I am here. ...

By train to Nagano - Winter Olympics 1998

A travel blog entry by anniebusch

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... as we drove to a Wasabi farm. Here we attended a cookery course to make wasabi pickles, which was fun, but I think the finished product will probably end up in the bin. It tasted like green humus! We also had a chance to try wasabi ice cream, a little bit hot and wasabi drink which tasted a little like lime juice. Wasabi grows in fast running water a bit like ...

Oniisan Onsen aka the best day ever.

A travel blog entry by kazuki

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Once again an early start to catch the rapid train to Matsumoto. A town in the mountains that has a lot of onsens (aka hot springs). The journey was the prettiest thing I ever seen. sakura+mountains+crystal blue hot-spring/snow+Japanese culture = the greatest views I've ever seen. Like the bullet trian tho it was hard to get good shots, I've selected some of the better ones. At Matsumoto the views ...

Plum, Plum, Plum

A travel blog entry by gadelle

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... day was bright and warm, and it was a perfect morning to head out to Mogusaen (where I'd been a few years ago) to photograph some pretty flowers. Most of the trees were in full bloom, and the scent, that sweet, fruity perfume, was wonderful.
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Japan

A travel blog entry by luisarivas

I am currently moving to the west coast of the U.S to get a better job and earn more money. There are so much more opportunities in the U.S than here in Japan. It will be a long trip to Angel Island, the trip is 2 weeks long by steamship. All immigrants have to travel in the steerage of the steamship the whole trip. ...

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4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding