Asano Ryokan

817 Otemachi, Hachiman-cho, Gujo, Gifu Prefecture, Chubu, 501-4219, Japan | Ryokan
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Travel Blogs from Gujo


A travel blog entry by alister.bland


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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 ...

Takayama to Yudanaka

A travel blog entry by kworld


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The weather up in Takayama is definitively colder than the rest of Honshu. With a high altitude around 1500 metres, there are still snow capped peaks and a chilly breeze in the air. Layers are necessary, it's a shame I don't have many to put on. One lady was spotted walking around town wearing a towel; I meanwhile contemplated using a pair of socks as gloves. Not proven to be necessary so far, but I have 9 days in the northern island of Hokkaido to contend ...

Achievements in Takayama

A travel blog entry by christineatkins

... craft. Also caught up with Cec and Terry for a lovely dinner last night. Probably the biggest highlight has been our lovely ryokan where the staff have really taken a shine to the girls, specially Beeb, and have really made us feel welcome. Have also provided some delicious food. And we have enjoyed our evenings sitting by the river, gazing out over cherry blossoms, obviously enhanced by the bottle of Chile's finest! Bit of a change of pace tomorrow as we head to ...


A travel blog entry by cecilycannon


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 ...

Lasts days of Japan

A travel blog entry by caryharri



One reason for travelling to Takayama was to see their Spring festival. This involved a dozen highly decorated floats being brought out onto the streets and being pulled along by about a dozen or so men with ropes. This was an amazing sight and we were lucky that we managed to find a cafe for our breakfast with a terrific view . Some of the floats had puppets on the top, and after the floats had stopped ...


This ryokan, located on 817 Otemachi, Hachiman-cho, Gujo, is near Omamiya.
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