Kyoya Ryokan

Address: 2-2-18 Yamada, Nagaoka, Niigata Prefecture, Chubu, 940-0097, Japan | Ryokan
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This ryokan is located on 2-2-18 Yamada, Nagaoka.
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Travel Blogs from Nagaoka

Doing what the people do in Matsumoto

A travel blog entry by haddons on Apr 11, 2015

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... A helpful woman explained that it was a sake tasting festival- you bought a sake cup then could taste as many sakes as you wanted from local producers from 12.30 - 4.30pm. There must have been around 50 sakes on offer! We bought a variety of food - we have no idea what some of it was- some was great - others very weird. We tasted quite a few interesting sakes (also no idea what they were!). Nia fancied trying the sweet baked fish - sort of waffle mixture in a fish shape with a ...

Train ride to Matsumoto to room with no beds

A travel blog entry by haddons on Apr 10, 2015

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... There is very little luggage space on the train so good thing we only had 1 bag. The train took us north towards the Alps. Soon we were surrounded by snowy peaks and frosty roofs. The blossom trees got better & better as obviously the cooler weather means a later season. At our hotel in Matsumoto we have a Japanese style room. It's huge :) - three separate rooms and a bathroom/kitchen/hall corridor. ...

Preface

A travel blog entry by gouldy on Nov 12, 2008

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Ten years have now passed since I first landed in Narita airport. I'll never forget the strange smells, sounds and sights that confronted me on that Shinkansen (bullet train) journey to my new home. Although Japan is a world away from my life now ...

Niigata

A travel blog entry by glen_rs on Mar 15, 2008

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I left Matsumoto at about 9am and caught the train towards Niigata. The journey was very scenic (except during all the tunnels). I had to change trains at a few places, but I got to see a lot of towns that were still covered in snow. I went through Nagano (where the winter olympics were held in 98), and went past several ski fields. There was still plenty of snow, even though we are in spring now. Niigata is a more rural area, famous for ...

No parrott sketch included

A travel blog entry by ryota on Dec 20, 2007

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... porkbarrelling in the US). Her name was listed as 'the counsellor' of the CEO of uncle Shigeharu's bus company. Both telegraph messages were printed on cheap-looking thin grey cards. Was this the best they could send to Uncle Shigeharu after nearly 40 years of loyal service to the company? The funeral director told us to bring out the casket. He told us that there needed to be six men. We put the casket into a vehicle bound for the ...