Pension Paper Moon

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

Karuizawa

A travel blog entry by helcanen on Nov 10, 2014

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Going to see the falls of Karuizawa with Eri-chan. Water falls like strings, so some people call them the noodles strings fall or something like that. After we go for lunch, Italian restaurant. I was smelling the garlic while entering to the resto, so wanted to get pasta with a sauce containing garlic... That was in fact the case of all food haha. Even the salad. With that I took a red roses tea ^^ Petite visite ...

Nagano and Matsumoto

A travel blog entry by joca92 on Oct 23, 2014

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Today I decided to have a little bit of a lie in, because of how quiet the hostel room was, instead of the norm of being woken up at 6.30 by people getting ready to leave for the day! Once up and out I headed for Nagano's only real tourist attraction (known more as a winter skiing destination) Zenko-ji shrine. Thankfully the weather had improved and areas of blue sky were starting to burst through the cloud. Zenko-ji's most interesting ...

Nagano and Jigokudani monkey park

A travel blog entry by joca92 on Oct 22, 2014

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... the onsen. It really was a brilliant experience and well worth the 3300yen (roughly £20) I had paid to get there and the drenching I had got on the way. On the coach journey back the sky had cleared up slightly, allowing for full views of the impressive mountainous scenery and orchard fields that surround the basin in which Nagano sits. Tomorrow I plan to have a brief look around Nagano before heading to Matsumoto to visit the castle ...

Matsumoto Castle and Zenkoji Temple

A travel blog entry by tbugs1 on Oct 16, 2014

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... photos without anyone else being there. The main sanctum was divided into the inner and the outer. The inner sanctum had tatami mats, which meant that you had to take your shoes off first. Since it closed at 4.30pm and we only had 15 minutes left, it wasn't worth going in. We could walk around the outer sanctum till about 6.30pm.

We left at 4.30pm and dawdled our way back to the hotel. We stopped by ...

Kurobe Dam

A travel blog entry by tbugs1 on Oct 15, 2014

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... below. We had to buy a meal ticket first that had your particular food, hand the ticket over and then wait 2 minutes for the food to be heated up in a microwave. I had fried rice for 550 yen and Joseph had his schnitzel or tonkatsu sandwich. After lunch, we made our way back to the Tunnel Trolley Bus station and through to Ogizawa. From there, we caught a taxi to Shinano Omachi to collect our luggage. The taxis cost Owen ...