Resort Pension Shikisai

3447-114 Okuzumi, Meiho, Gujo, Gifu Prefecture, Chubu, 501-4304 , Japan | Pension
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Travel Blogs from Gujo

Day 16 - Falling ice, and the best burger on Earth

A travel blog entry by apat


... sitting on to use the computer, to the different patch of floor at the other end of the room which is where my floor bed is.

I'm so damn tired of doing stuff on the floor.

So after the heaviest rain had passed, almost out of spite we got dressed, and decided to go for a walk, with the eventual goal of getting to Center 4 hamburgers by around lunchtime.

Dressed warmly, with umbrellas in hand we set off, and as we were no ...

Day 15 - Onsen and Hida beef in Takayama

A travel blog entry by apat


... I was the only one on the train that did, was that on many of the beaches there were rows and rows of what appeared to be concrete caltrops, which if I'm not mistaken are leftover anti tank and anti landing craft devices which would have been deployed along these very same beaches during world war 2 to slow down any invading hostile forces attempting to land. It would seem that these have been re-purposed on many of these same ...


A travel blog entry by markallen

Befitting the level of service in the Tokyo ticket office, the train journey itself was smooth, timely and offered excellent picturesque views. We travelled through a valley containing Japan's 3rd fastest river, often known as the Japanese Rhine for the similarity of its blue-green hue. I made a terrible decision with lunch; a bento box comprising some sort of rice balls wrapped in dripping sweet pastry and ...

Takayama City Visit

A travel blog entry by canadiansmiley

... museum has great information on this. Traditional houses worth the visit too. In the afternoon I took the train to Hida Fukuyama. If you have time this town worth the visit for its white clay buildings and the 800 Carps swimming inside the canal by the ...

Jord pets a fishy

A travel blog entry by hreljacsinasia


... worth it. During our walk during the village it was amazing to see these houses that were hundreds of years old but still in fabulous shape because they were so well built. What makes these houses so unique is the height of them and the roofs built of straw which remarkably only have to be replaced every 30 years! When they have to be replaced the village comes together and takes the roof down in 3 days and put the new roof up in a day. It goes to show you how ...


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