Hotel Villa Mont Saint

3067-1 Nishibora, Takasucho, Gujo, Gifu Prefecture, Chubu, 501-5305, Japan | Ryokan
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This ryokan is located on 3067-1 Nishibora, Takasucho, Gujo.
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Travel Blogs from Gujo

Kanazawa - Day 4

A travel blog entry by gjsk on Sep 11, 2014

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... looking at the forecourt sculptures. Jazz is the Muzak played in most places and Kanazawa has a jazz festival on. I have a suspicion jazz is popular in this country. Cyclists everywhere, all on footpaths and all with no helmets varying degrees of skill. Did I mention Panasonic makes bicycles?...and no, they are not electric. Food & Fabric Have a look at what you can chose for a Japanese breakfast, and the very cute bento style tray that you use. ...

Shinhotaka Ropeway - Hirayu Spa - Day 3

A travel blog entry by gjsk on Sep 10, 2014

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... level (2200 metres) or, wait for it....the temperature (now a cooler 17 degrees). Bus back down to the Hirayu Spa for the public bath experience. Rent a bath towel for ¥200 and buy a face cloth for ¥200 more. Put shoes in shoe locker, take key, Go to men only room, nude up, discover you are short of the ¥100 coin needed for the shower locker, dress, go get coin, undress again, sit on stool shower and mop with face cloth, sit in hot spa and look at view, hop ...

Takayama Day 2

A travel blog entry by gjsk on Sep 09, 2014

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... are on display. Each float weighs tons, is incredibly elaborate, stands 8 metres tall, are made with pure gold, are national treasures and are maintained by the federal government. The floats are 300 years old and a partial restoration of one of them cost $2.5M in the 1930's. 300,000 people show up to these festivals (Takayama has 90,000 citizens). Past the temple are a few shrines including one for school children who leave ...

In the Days of Edo

A travel blog entry by kvolsky on Aug 27, 2014

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... former traditional houses that were dismantled and moved from their original locations in the area to this village for preservation. On the way to the village I am intrigued by a massive wood carving. Just before the village I encounter “ The Seven Gods of Good Fortune Museum”. The story goes that the owner had agreed to contribute to costs of a commissioned carving of one of the gods and when it ...

Goodbye Tokyo... I shall love you forever

A travel blog entry by inesoca on Aug 03, 2014

1 comment, 5 photos

So we left. We are now in Takayama, a small mini Kyoto in the Japanese Alps. Tokyo is an amazing place. For example I discovered today that the Yamanote line, the train line we were taking everyday, is the busiest train line in the world. Every day it transport about 4(!) million people in 29 stations only. There are a lot of things we ...