Pension Paper Moon

Sugadairakogen, Ueda, Nagano Prefecture, Chubu, 386-2201, Japan | Pension
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Stranded in the snow

A travel blog entry by suebar

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... then made it back to some paths where the snow had been partly cleared so the walking was easier. The guide said that she had lived in Nagano for 40 years and had never known such heavy snow. We made our way back to the ryokan for breakfast. This was entirely vegetarian and we sat on floor cushions at very low individual lacquered tables. Then it was off, by bus, to the railway station. When we arrived at the station it was to find it very crowded and there were tv crews there ...

Snow, monkeys and the bullet train

A travel blog entry by suebar

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... from the taps no one tried the bath. Some of the party got a taxi to a public bath house after we had eaten but we didn't as we were so tired we just wanted to go to bed. For dinner we ventured out into the snow again to a soba noodle restaurant. Nagano specialises in soba or buckwheat noodles and they were really quite tasty. Fortunately the futons were quite comfortable and we had plenty of bedding so we slept fairly well as we were to be up early (again) the next ...

Day 14 - Snow and monkeys at Jigokudani

A travel blog entry by apat

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... up camp, so I just calmly walked to the other side of the pool, which was closer to the monkeys, and getting down to ground level, began taking photos. Looking over at the pros, I see the visible scorn and mixed looks of either condemnation or pity on their faces, because I was using a camera that didn't require a suitcase to transport it around in, and my zoom lens was less than 2 feet long.

I'm still not sure what ...

Day 13 - Impromptu Karuizawa and Matsumoto Castle

A travel blog entry by apat

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... While the view from the nagano shinkansen is pretty when you're not plowing through tunnels at 200km/h, the trip to Matsumoto has to be the most picturesque train journey I've been on.

Out onto the streets of Matsumoto, it wasn't long before I began asking "why didn't we stay here?!". The whole layout and apparent convenience of the place just seemed more friendly, easier, and just allround better than Nagano. If I'd had my ...

Day 12 - Nagano. Now we're cold.

A travel blog entry by apat

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... a decent snow storm roll in, so with the sun gone down, and the temperature now dropped easily below freezing in the wind, I took Charlotte and Angela for a walk back towards the train station, through the lightly falling snow, to the 7/11 for a selection of dishes and sandwiches for dinner. Since the Toyoko Inn rooms have very little room to eat, we made use of the tables, chairs and kitchen facilities in the hotel lobby to heat and eat our meals. Judging by ...

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