Gasutohofu Yumekiko

347-2 Nakashiobara, Nasushiobara, Tochigi Prefecture, Kanto, 329-2924, Japan | Pension
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This pension, located on 347-2 Nakashiobara, Nasushiobara, is near Cape Jaffa Wines.
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Travel Blogs from Nasushiobara

Ninja Theme Park! (Need I say more?)

A travel blog entry by goingrogish on Aug 31, 2014

63 photos

... little "graphic". The brochure gives a warning about that, but our kids said they wanted to see it. Raelyn was fine, but Daniel made his dad go first and give a "grossness" report so he'd be ready. The first was inside a traditional samurai mansion, the other was a jail house.

We stopped and had lunch, yakitori! (grilled chicken and pork on a stick, so yummy!) We stopped in several shops where we got to experience the ...

Sacred Shrines and Mausoleums

A travel blog entry by kvolsky on Aug 25, 2014

11 photos

... the way. Without ever seeing an elephant in the flesh the artist created this amazingly intricate representation. It's then up to the sleeping cat sculpture to view the protector of the house. As I enter the main sanctuary dragons fill the room- unfortunately no photos allowed in here. Back in the day this was the good ole boys club and the paintings of Kyoto's 36 immortal poets ...

Nikko, Japan

A travel blog entry by lisakresky on Jul 28, 2014

48 photos

... The rest of morning was spent at Tosyogu Shrine. As you walk through the gate in front of the main shrine, you are facing directly North of Tokyo. It was built this way as then the shrine can watch over Tokyo that is directly to the south. This shrine is significant as it is one of the most elaborately coloured shrines in Japan. It is dedicated to Tokugawa who conquered most of Japan. His rule was known as the Edo era. It lasted 260 years of ...

What's there to do in Nikko?

A travel blog entry by nfitz.cmac on Jul 10, 2014

2 comments, 24 photos

... pretty shocking, (lashing rain, thunder and lightning) but it made for some spectacular scenery. We visited Shuzenji Temple, built circa 786AD, and home to a 1200 year old statue of Buddha, carved by a monk out of a single Judas Tree around this time. Then we went to the Ryuzu Falls, a wild and deafening waterfall, before getting the bus back down the mountain, which is a pretty hair-raising experience, as the road is incredibly steep and ...

Shrines, Dumplings and Underwear

A travel blog entry by winterspring on May 30, 2014

7 photos

... But I digress. So we hop on the shinkansen, or bullet train. These things are great. We weren't on the very fastest of these, but it was fast enough and we zipped out of Tokyo and into the countryside with rice paddies dotting the landscape. (It's absolutely crazy that America does not have this kind of rail service. Every country we have been been to has great rail service, except for my home country-We have the American car industry and its ...