Hotel Villa Mont Saint

3067-1 Nishibora, Takasucho, Gujo, Gifu Prefecture, Chubu, 501-5305, Japan | Ryokan
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Travel Blogs from Gujo

Kanazawa Gardens & Beautiful wood souvenirs

A travel blog entry by sellers2013-14


... amount of pride was taken in the selection of the wood, and the showcasing of its natural beauty. This respect for wood grain and quality formerly extended into all parts of traditional Japanese life (which we will learn more about in Yamanaka tomorrow).
From the castle, we walked across the street to Kenrokuen, which we could have spent all day enjoying. We have asked ourselves, “what is it that makes a Japanese garden a uniquely Japanese ...

Takayama: exploring

A travel blog entry by vanessaetyann


... are local hida beef. Just with salt and pepper, you don't need anything else trust me.

Also going along, you find plenty of sake shops displaying local sake. Well it is raining outside so why not go for few sake "degustation". The local sake is quite pleasant. it taste a litlle fruitier than other sake and in my opinion is better cold (we tried both warm and cold).

It s a nice day to do some shopping for souvenirs and Takayama has ...

Site seeing in Takayama.

A travel blog entry by steveandtam


... and Narty both went for pasta dishes. Stu tried the A5 grade beef and I tried the Tobi grade (which I have never heard of but intend of having in my life as often as I can - hello jetstar sales!!). Both of our steaks were unbelievably scrumptious. Delicious. Mouth watering. Tender. Every word that you ever want to use to describe a good steak can be used on Hida Beef. Narty had a hida beef ragu which was delicious and Steve had a carbonara which was ...

Hida beef get in our bellies!

A travel blog entry by steveandtam


... around everywhere with their hands clutched around hot chocolates, hida beef stew and other warm morsels. Narty and I found a place with delicious hot chocolate and cute little pancakes called taiyaki. We stopped to take pictures on the bridge that crossed the pristine river below - but pictures will never do justice to the scenery here - it's seriously like you are wandering around inside a postcard. We decided to haul our overfull carcasses ...

Golden pavilion, Nijo Castle and burnt miso!

A travel blog entry by steveandtam


... painted walls were gorgeous - it was interesting to see the different choice of art work dependent on the rooms' purpose. The boys were absolutely taken with the nightingale floor. Then ensued much conversation about ninjas, and how they were going to recreate this floor at home (Lordy help us). We wandered around the outdoor market and sampled a few different sakes. Narty and I purchased a delectable lemon sake to take to Takayama to drink in our onsen. We decided to head to ...


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