Lodge Matsunomi

1223-5933 Sugadairakogen, Ueda, Nagano Prefecture, Chubu, 386-2201, Japan | Pension
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This pension is located on 1223-5933 Sugadairakogen, Ueda.
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Travel Blogs from Ueda

Usuitouge Railway Village

A travel blog entry by tbugs1 on Sep 28, 2014

43 photos

... he got them from. He told her that the Narita Airport staff had given them to him. Looks like he got someone into trouble. I don't think the passes can be given out without the passports being sighted. As we didn't fly in with the rest of the group, Owen didn't have our passports and this was the first opportunity for him to do so.

Our passports were returned to us at dinner. Takako had organised dinner at the restaurant across the road. They only ...

Breaking Sterotypes

A travel blog entry by ecsflemings on Sep 24, 2014

8 photos

... hard). The highlight was a cable car ride up a mountain to a place where the view was fantastic and there was a hot, hotspring that we could soak our feet in until they turned bright red!

They left us at the home of missionaries who took care of us till we got back on the bullet train and headed for Nagano to visit more missionaries, where we have seen some of their work and lives and enjoyed another visit to another onsen (hot springs bath).
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Hello from Kyoto

A travel blog entry by samanthaexplore on Sep 22, 2014

2 comments, 10 photos

... quite a sight; very imposing yet strangely peaceful. We are finding everything very easy, as the people are so incredibly friendly and always happy to help even if they don't speak any English and we just say "thank you, thank you" repeatedly! I can't download any pics from my camera at our current accommodation, but will do soon :-) Hope you're all well, lots of love ...

(Unsuccessfully) Outpoliting the Japanese

A travel blog entry by adrianatugg on Sep 15, 2014

1 comment, 13 photos

... kept at a balmy 50 degress. THe Japense are very strict on their baths. You must wash yourself before getting in the bath and you must be naked as they think that bathing suits are dirty. Getting in involves scalding your body in the hot water but it is totally worth it. We had a few traditional meals complete with 12 little dishes in our own private room. In was some of the best food we had the whole trip! Once again the ...

Night in Nagano

A travel blog entry by paablo on Sep 03, 2014

4 photos

... and family.

After returning to the hostel stocked up with liquor, we got settled into our room. Like Matsumoto, the floor was covered in Tatami mats in the traditional Japanese style. The futons were not as comfortable as our last stay but at least we had a private room. Alistair and I went downstairs to get our relax on where we talked with another hostel staff member Hikari. I noticed three Kendama (traditional ball and ...