Address: 388 Narai, Shiojiri, Nagano Prefecture, Chubu, 399-6303, Japan | Ryokan
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    Day 6 in Japan

    A travel blog entry by chrishiggins on Oct 12, 2015

    7:30 go have spa, shave outside spa 8am breakfast 9am leave hotel bus at Fukinomori hotel to station. Travel 1.5hrs to.Nagoya (largest train station in the world). lunch at Nagoya Train station, Mermaid Cafe. Taxi to hotel 15000 yen, $15. check into Tokyu Hotel ...

    Matsumoto castle

    A travel blog entry by ptoj on Oct 05, 2015

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    ... restaurant in Parco department store - delicious pasta, boys want homemade lasagna when we get home. Went to Maruzen book store, Joey bought some manga books. Boys rested in the hotel, while we went back to the indigo shop for some more treasures. Went to Nepali restaurant for dinner , smelled delicious and tasted fantastic ...

    Yudanaka to Matsumot

    A travel blog entry by ptoj on Oct 04, 2015

    After breakfast and photos Mr Yumoto drove us to the train. We went to Nagano then ran to catch an earlier train to Matsumoto, this caused much confusion at the gate but we made it . Boys relaxed in the hotel. We explored the town - nakamichi street and nawate street. Found the best indigo fabric shop ever, and bought some treasures, was also given lots of fabric gifts! Dinner at an Irish pub - not that ...

    A-Bomb, Alps, & Onsen

    A travel blog entry by orla_liam on Sep 30, 2015

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    ... good reason) everyone seemed to have plans to be out and about the country. This made it tricky to find accommodation, so we had to jump around a little. We spent just one day in Hiroshima at first. We saw the well-preserved "A-Bomb Dome", the only building still standing near the hypocentre of the atomic bomb that destroyed the city and killed 140,000 people in 1945; the entire area around it has been turned into a memorial & peace ...

    When it's not raining, there'll be days like this

    A travel blog entry by erath on Sep 22, 2015

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    ... is the desolate wilderness on the northern island Hokkaido; the other one is the mountain range near Nagano, known as the Japanese Alps. Since only the latter one is also suitable for a weekend trip while it's also much closer to home, the Alps were the most logical choice for me.

    Within the Alps, the village of Kamikochi is a favorite starting point to ascend any of the 3000+ meter peaks. It's somewhat comparable to Zermatt in the 'real' Swiss ...