Address: 2274Tomaru, Tsunan-machi, Nakauonuma-gun, Niigata Prefecture, Chubu, 949-8206 , Japan | Ryokan
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Travel Blogs from Tsunan-machi

Monkey business and Obuse

A travel blog entry by nreid on Oct 27, 2015

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... The Japanese are absolutely lovely, cannot say enough about how welcoming and helpful they are. We grazed on local specialties including our new addiction the Oyari bun and of course had to have chestnut ice cream though it was pretty mild in flavour. Rod went on a mountain bike ride while I tried a variety of teas, one of which was quite awful (seaweed I think), and the other was dried Sakura flower which is cherry blossom, but not to ...

Can it get any better? Yes, it can!

A travel blog entry by velojim-japan on Oct 13, 2015

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... a statue and moss growing on top of some of the big rocks. The pictures don't convey the serenity of this garden but I spent 10 minutes just sitting and observing how well everything seemed to fit together.

I continued to climb passing the ski resort and went down a sharp decline before finding myself going back uphill. This would continue on for the next 30 or so kms as I made my way to the restaurant. Along the way, I passed a beautiful ...

No to snow monkeys but yes to grasshoppers

A travel blog entry by velojim-japan on Oct 12, 2015

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... is an area of mostly small villages nestled among farms and fruit orchards.

As I didn't get in to IIyama until about 11:30 AM, I didn't have an ambitious ride in mind but opted instead to ride to the Yudanaka area famous for hot springs and also for a nearby snow monkey park. This park has a natural hot spring and these monkeys are famous for bathing in it and keeping warm in the water during winter. It's turned into a bit of a ...

Snow monkey day

A travel blog entry by ptoj on Oct 03, 2015

... Walked down to Shibu onsen. People walking from bath to bath wearing Yukata and Japanese shoes. Finally made it back to the ryokan. Put on our Yukata and shoes and walked to a nearby onsen. It was very hot, could only put legs in, Philip squirted cold water on us to help . Went for dinner , then back to the ryokan. Tatami and futons, tiny rice filled pillows. Best things today - the snow ...


A travel blog entry by annsan on May 08, 2015

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... symbol of Kusatsu. Here, hot water from the spring's origin gushes down wooden channels made from five-centimeter thick pinewood still containing large amounts of resin. Fine quality pinewood or Japanese cypress rich in resin is the optimum choice of material to continuously withstand acidic spring water. This is why many inns still have old, wooden bathtubs made of similar materials. We were just in time to attend the Yumomi performance. To cool off the ...