Kojimaya Ryokan

1-13-22 Isobe, Annaka, Gunma Prefecture, Kanto, 379-0127, Japan | Ryokan
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This ryokan is located in the Isobe Onsen area of Annaka.
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Travel Blogs from Annaka

Happy Birthday, Clancy.

A travel blog entry by ianandkathryn on Jan 06, 2014

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A special day not only because Clance rolled into his 12th year, also because it was the Spences last day on snow. And it was quite a day. We only took Tilly for 1 ski around lunch time, as the temp was -11C, -21 with wind chill. She handled it pretty well, and very unusually Jeremy also was struggling. Clance had a sore knee following an altercation with the door step in his hotel room, so this afternoon Aubrey, Andrew & ...

Ohayou Gozaimus Nozawa Onsen.

A travel blog entry by ianandkathryn on Jan 04, 2014

1 comment, 1 photo

2 bus rides ~ 1 hour each with a 90min stopover at Nagano saw us arrive at Nozawa mid afternoon. This place is a total contrast to Hakuba. It is a small town built into a steep sided valley with lots of tiny winding streets and funny little shops and alleys. We are staying at a Ryokan - a traditional Japanese hotel, which is quaint and interesting. As you walk into reception you take shoes off and are issued with slippers for walking around. ...

A grind to Kusatsu but it's amazing here!

A travel blog entry by velojim-japan on Oct 09, 2013

9 comments, 27 photos

... of the mind of the solo touring cyclist.


As I moved on to R292 which contained the final bit of climbing into Kusatsu, the scenery became more mountainous and a lot more up and down. Climbs would be followed by swooping downhill runs and I would struggle to keep my eye on the road as I passed some great vistas. At some point, I knew I needed to grab some lunch in order to finish the final climb. I found a little road side stop with ...

Climb up Mt. Akagi and ride through farm country

A travel blog entry by velojim-japan on Oct 08, 2013

4 comments, 21 photos

... 200 to help guide me. I am quite impressed with this little unit. It was relatively inexpensive at $129, much cheaper than the other models costing hundreds of dollars more but can guide me around Takasaki via a breadcrumb trail on the little screen. The key is to watch the route to see if any turns come up as it only shows the route for the next 80 metres. Otherwise, it is a straight line on the screen. If you miss a turn or go off course, ...

Road Trip

A travel blog entry by leinad61 on Apr 02, 2013

So I drove for the first time in Japan today and made my way to a training meeting about two hours away. Needless to say the drive was eventful. At first my gas light came on while I was driving through the mountains with no civilization in sight for miles. I was so nervous that I would run out of gas on my first drive and not be able to find my way to my destination, get any kind of help and so ...

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