Hotel Tazawakan

Address: 1225-1 Sugadaira Sugadaira-Kogen, Ueda, Nagano Prefecture, Chubu, 386-2201, Japan | Pension
 
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This pension is located on 1225-1 Sugadaira Sugadaira-Kogen, Ueda.
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Travel Blogs from Ueda

So Far West We're East

A travel blog entry by gingerschilling on Jun 04, 2015

4 comments, 7 photos

... the positive side, bringing a suitcase of toys was definitely needed as we'll be in the Navy Lodge for the foreseeable future.

Feeling overwhelmed we took a break at lunch yesterday to slip off-base and set foot on what I consider to be true Japanese soil (or more accurately concrete). We didn't venture far but to a mall just outside the base. We feasted on a sushi lunch then walked through an amazing grocery store that made my mouth water despite my ...

Last of the castles

A travel blog entry by chrismcg on May 15, 2015

29 photos

... because of its dark exterior. The structure is black and white and the main tower is linked with a couple of smaller towers, giving it a very majestic presence. While the castle was originally built for warfare, there were a couple of wings added during peacetime, with flower-style windows (kato) rather than the warrior windows (musha) windows on the first floor of the castle. Inside the flower-style windows are shutters to keep out ...

Monkey business in the Alps

A travel blog entry by mattstanbridge on May 13, 2015

1 comment, 111 photos

... was the first time since arriving in Japan where I've thought it was silly busy, albeit with mostly foreign tourists) I headed out of main throngs for a wander and some quiet, I returned to the streets later and it was a bit better, I booked into a small guesthouse and headed for dinner that evening to a local Hida beef restaurant with three others from the guesthouse, another Japanese meal/ cooking lesson as there was a seemingly endless stream of dishes bought to ...

Kusatsu

A travel blog entry by annsan on May 08, 2015

38 photos

... water they traditionally used large, wooden paddles to stir the water. That way the water was cooled off without diluting it. This is accompanied by the singing of a local folk song.
As luck would have it we then watch the Kōsenji hanamatsuri which is about to begin right after the Yumomi show. The children of the kindergarten near the Buddhist temple of Kōsenji pull an elephant made of paper around the Yubatake in celebration of ...

From Tokyo to Kusatsu

A travel blog entry by annsan on May 07, 2015

24 photos

... climbing and winding. We pass ski areas that were built for the 1998 Olympics held in Nagano. Lots of ski lifts everywhere and as the road takes us higher and higher there is more snow alongside the roads, we see beautiful vistas with snowcapped mountain tops. This area is called the Japanese Alps for a reason! We stop at the highest point of the Tori pass and see fuming areas in the distance. This is a very volcanic area with many hot springs. Then we ...