Petite Hotel Risu No Mori

Address: 1278-359 Sugadairakougen, Ueda, Nagano Prefecture, Chubu, 386-2204 , Japan | Pension
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This pension is located on 1278-359 Sugadairakougen, 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

Six very large suitcases, 4 stuffed carry-ons, 2 bulky kennels, 2 nervous dogs, 1 energetic toddler and only 2 adults. I'm not sure if flying half-way across the world with a two-year who apparently decided to boycott naps for the journey was more difficult than managing the sheer amount of stuff. Our small express shipment may take 45 days to arrive; the rest of our stuff perhaps a month or two behind. Therefore, six bags is not a lot especially with a toddler. I have ...

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

... I hope he made a good recovery because it looked very nasty, some of the stairs in the castles can be very steep and you often don't have much grip walking in socks on the wooden steps, I was much more cautious after watching the poor guy fall. I had a wander around the rest of Matsumoto and again had a good laugh with a Chilean couple who were also on a volunteer exchange working at the hostel, they too had the Japan bug and we're staying for two months at least, ...

Kusatsu

A travel blog entry by annsan on May 08, 2015

38 photos

... symbol of Kusatsu. Here, hot water from the spring's origin gushes down wooden channels made from five-centimeter thick pinewood still containing large amounts of resin. Fine quality pinewood or Japanese cypress rich in resin is the optimum choice of material to continuously withstand acidic spring water. This is why many inns still have old, wooden bathtubs made of similar materials. We were just in time to attend the Yumomi performance. To cool off the ...

From Tokyo to Kusatsu

A travel blog entry by annsan on May 07, 2015

24 photos

... Shinkansen station. Friendly young man who tries his very best to speak English with us. We are given a Subaru Impreza. He kindly sets the GPS to "English" and enters the phone number of the hotel where we stay tonight. In Japan you enter phone numbers into a GPS system and no street names. Leaving Nagano on the tollway and stopping at the first, and as it turns out also the only rest stop for a quick bite. The sun is out and it is 23C....! Soon the ...