Aiya Ryokan

Address: 3373-1 Ina , Ina, Nagano Prefecture, Chubu, 396-0021, Japan | Ryokan
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This ryokan is located on 3373-1 Ina , Ina.
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Travel Blogs from Ina

Nagano and Matsumoto

A travel blog entry by joca92 on Oct 23, 2014

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... wrong side of the train from the best views so couldn't film it. Matsumoto is famous in japan for its castle and as people who have travelled with me before know, I like castles! This one is your typical Japanese style castle, with 5 tiers, all of which you could access. Luckily the weather was still improving and now most of the grey cloud had been replaced by blue sky meaning I managed to get some better photos. I then visited ...

Matsumoto to Yudanaka.

A travel blog entry by cleotup on Oct 05, 2014

186 photos

... to the room, I walked along to the museum to see the giant flowers and spotty art. Bumped into Narel on the way back and stopped at a small bakery to pick up cinnamon bun,bagel with cream cheese and a roll with cheese and type of jam? Just time to grab a coffee before heading along to the station to catch the Shinano 5 from Matsumoto to Nagano.Met at Starbucks in ...

Autumn Leaves

A travel blog entry by tbugs1 on Sep 24, 2014

2 comments, 26 photos

... just half way through.

We drove back whilst looking for a restaurant to have a late lunch. In the end, we found a little restaurant which served soba (buckwheat) noodles with tempura. Shigeki opted for cold noodles dipped in soy sauce whereas the rest of us preferred the hot variety with soup.

Another hour or so later, Shigeki stopped at a truck stop for a break. This is nothing like what we have at home. It is huge with ...

On the move to Yatsugatake

A travel blog entry by tbugs1 on Sep 23, 2014

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... level of the shopping centre as all the restaurants had a long queue. It was peak lunch hour. The only downside was there was no place to sit and eat. The Japanese do not eat in public except for an ice cream. Unfortunately, the only option was to eat in the hotel foyer or out in the open at the quadrangle outside the hotel. Well, Joseph decided for outside and we were pretty much stared at. I guess at that stage, I didn't really care ...

Matsumoto Wrap up

A travel blog entry by paablo on Sep 03, 2014

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Matsumoto Wrap up

Matsumoto was a lot more enjoyable then we expected it to be, with a number of day trip options being available in the Alps. Had I known of the beauty of the Japanese Alps I probably would have acquired a Japanese Alp pass, which would ...