Wafu Ryokan Gizan Annex Tenshotei

Address: 522-1 Hitoegane, Okuhidaonsengo, Takayama, Gifu, Chubu, 506-1432 , Japan | Ryokan
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This ryokan is located in the Okuhida Onsen area of Takayama.
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Travel Blogs from Takayama

Takayama to Kanazawa

A travel blog entry by kas19 on Dec 12, 2014

... concluded that our favourite sushi is definitely tuna. Although we did try some wasabi rolls that were delish and definitely cleared out your sinuses. After our sushi feast we decided to walk to the historic centre and visit the Kanazawa Castle and Kenrokuen Garden. Along the way we came across the Omi-Cho Market filled to the brim with Kanazawa's seasonal snow crab. Vowing to try some of this winter delicacy we wandered through the market towards the Kanazawa Castle ...

Takayama

A travel blog entry by kas19 on Dec 11, 2014

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We woke to a cool cloudy rainy day. We packed on several layers and headed our on the town. First on our list was to check out the morning markets. Our first stop was the Miyagawa Morning Market along the river. Tents were filled to the brim with fresh vegetables, some I had never seen before one of which looked like massive white carrots. Other stalls had hand made Sarubobo dolls which is a Japanese amulet native to Takayama. Traditionally, grandmothers made them for ...

Wandering around Tokyo, and ROBOT RESTAURANT!

A travel blog entry by garthmci on Dec 07, 2014

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Headed to Asakusa to see the Senso-Ji shrine. Then over to the Edo Museum. Was unfortunate it was undergoing major refurbishments so it was ready for the Tokyo Olympics, so only got to see a small portion of the exhibits. What we did see was really good to give an abridged version of how the city developed from the Edo period through to modern day. Had underground wooden piping for water supply, and made umbrellas out of peanut oil coated paper. Meant to meet Showhey for dinner, ...

It snowed even more!!

A travel blog entry by garthmci on Dec 06, 2014

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Woke up this morning and must have been snowing a fair bit last night. A solid dusting on everything, and still coming down fairly heavily (well by our standards anyway) Temperature predictions for the day are tops of 3, lows of -4. Glad we have plenty of warm clothes. Had lots of fun walking through the snow and knocking the trees to make the snow fall on each other. Though the numb toes and fingers were less fun. Walked down to the ...

Matsumoto Castle

A travel blog entry by charlotte.pain on Sep 29, 2014

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Matsumoto-jō is Japan's oldest wooden castle. I had great fun exploring the inside, climbing the crazy steep staircases, deciding which room I would choose if I lived there and thinking how freezing it would have been in the winter!! Great views and token pictures with ninjas! Love a ...