Plateau Hayashiya

1224 Sugadairakougen, Ueda, Nagano Prefecture, Chubu, 386-2204, Japan | Pension
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Castles and Crafts

A travel blog entry by picfisjapan14

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... by the ticket booth. Should we say at this point that there was less than five people in line?? So, as we walked along, wondering who we should hand our tickets to, a very concerned lady ran after us from the ticket booth basically wanting to know why we hadn't bought a ticket! (at every other place we had been to, there was a ticket booth, then further down, a ticket collector/checker..obviously not the case at this one!).

So, once we got ...

Riding, riding, riding...

A travel blog entry by picfisjapan14

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... you going there?" - like we were heading off to some backwater, deadbeat area...kind of got us worried. But, the train trip alleviated some of that worry, as it really was beautiful. Take away the thousands of signs in Japanese, and the odd temple or two, and it could easily have passed for somewhere in Europe with the mountains covered in pine trees and a river running along the train line..
Arrived in Matsumoto (which we initially thought would be a tiny town, ...

Another temple

A travel blog entry by alister.bland

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... to look around unencumbered. The castle was built around 1593-4 although it has been extensively renovated since then. Quite impressive, especially the stairs. Why would you have stair risers of almost half a meter?

Nagano is only a one hour train ride from Matsumoto so made it easily before dark. Its fame is having the Zenkoji Temple . My book said that the Japanese have long been told to visit the ...

Nike Air Max 2011 Shoes Mens Silvery Black C8kn8n

A travel blog entry by mnfbsdfasdsd

... gone to the buying. Your broker, withough forcing, pointed all of us so that you can more economical shoes compared to our authentic range, and it was terribly helpful in going over appeal and expense to the solutions. Staff members are respectful, proficient as well as nice after awhile. Upscale evaluation

Cozy,classy comfy. I just exhaust them in speedy doing errands, taking the trash through, just the thing I don't really like is ...

SURE LET'S DO SHIRAKAWA

A travel blog entry by mek1

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... of rice grown: rice for cooking called japonica; sticky rice that is used for making sweets like mochi; and brewing rice used for making sake. We then visited his home which was very nice. The Japanese try to used everything and not waste anything. The stalks from the rice they use to make sandals and the husks to make pillow stuffing. They also use old kimonos to make zoris and aprons. So they are really into ...

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