Auberge Gurindel

Address: 3556-19 Azumi, Matsumoto, Nagano, Chubu, 390-1500, Japan | Pension
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This pension is located in the Norikurakougen Onsen area of Matsumoto.
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Travel Blogs from Matsumoto

Happy birthday from Japan

A travel blog entry by kazuki on Feb 10, 2015

1 comment, 6 photos

... playing a familiar tune, I look over and the head chef comes out and starts singing happy birthday with the harp player THEN all the other people staying and working at the hotel joined in all singing happy birthday to me. They then presented me with a hand made ornament and wished me another happy birthday. I got up and bowed to all the staff thanking all of them. They then played me the hotels traditional song once again with the head chef and harp player. As ...

Matsumoto

A travel blog entry by trevanion on Jan 18, 2015

9 photos

Luke took kids out today and I stayed at the hospital all day. Kids went to the castle in Matsumoto and pottered around. I will get those photos tomorrow. Mason is improving daily. He had his second round of physio today and was up on his crutches. Fingers crossed he keeps improving. ...

Matsumoto City

A travel blog entry by trevanion on Jan 17, 2015

2 comments, 6 photos

Matsumoto is a very cute city with its own castle (not that I have seen it). Luke will take the kids out today to do some exploring. Mason doing really well, he can stand with weight on his good leg on crutches. Not allowed to put any more than 10kg of weight on his bad leg for 6 weeks. He has endured everything thrown at him from wash downs to suppositories and nothing has phased him. Very ...

Time Flys

A travel blog entry by adam_kaye on Dec 28, 2014

12 photos

... station and set off on a local train to Ueno station which was only four stops away. Once we arrived we began the long walk back into Asakusa where our hotel was located. After a 30 minute walk with our heavy packs we finally found our hotel. Inside was simply an elevator which confused us greatly, thinking we may have come in the back we circled the building to find the other entrance without success. We walked up to the elevator and we read the note that said ...

Old Castles in the Mountains

A travel blog entry by adam_kaye on Dec 27, 2014

9 photos

... for pumping water around and found a massive ship in the middle of the next room.

On the Ship were statues of all the different fortune gods worshiped around japan (I think there was about six of them). The ship was intricately carved and each statue was portrayed as almost rolling in wealth. We then looked at the exhibit cabinets and saw a number of different ways to portray guardian spirits, they ranged from flat wooden carvings and faces painted on wood ...