Resort Pension Shikisai

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

Inland

A travel blog entry by alister.bland

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... the forest"
The Japanese have a love affair with the "cube" car. They would be the most popular form of transport ( after the bicycle of course). Every manufacturer has one. Also there are lots of small trucks - you know the kind with small wheels. I guess its all to do with space. To date though I have not seen any traffic jams or real congestion on the roads. Apart from places like Tokyo it would be a breeze to drive ...

Using all available space

A travel blog entry by nyukwha

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Ogimachi is a traditional village in the Japanese Alps. There are not many people around, this last week of March in which the snow of the past winter is still visible in the colder corners. Not much traffic either, but here you don't sit in the street. So you juggle with the sparse space at the side of the street.


29 March ...

Takayama to Yudanaka

A travel blog entry by kworld

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... train played a majestic fanfare upon departure [and arrival], setting it apart from the jingley music I've heard on other trains.

[*update: as I was writing, the train conductor ushered us off the train to connect with the snow monkey train. Woohoo! Train number 5, but back on schedule. And sorry, no time to photograph the backwards train view. I'll try to catch it on the way back.]

Music does seem to be everywhere in Japan. In traffic lights, public ...

Achievements in Takayama

A travel blog entry by christineatkins

I have achieved. Today I managed to pay for a bottle of wine with only coins. Bottle of Chile's finest it was too! Other (obviously less significant) highlights of our stay in Takayama have included a visit to the morning markets, strolling amongst the ancient houses, pottering around some shops, much running along the river, many cherry blossom photos and a visit to the Hida folk village. Luckily Eloise was able to get her craft fix and Genevieve was able to engage in ...

Takayama

A travel blog entry by cecilycannon

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After a warm ryokan farewell we visited the fabulous Matsumoto Castle amid glorious cherry blossoms. A visit to the Daio Wasabi Farm (where we had wasabi ice-cream!) was next,then our journey took us through beautiful snow-covered mountains via dozens of amazing tunnels to the lovely town of Takayama. A night in the luxurious Associa Hotel and a meal with the Atkins Family were a real ...

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