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

Shopping in Takasaki

A travel blog entry by helcanen on Nov 10, 2014

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The evening we went back to Takasaki. We made a stop to the huge supermarket Costco, that I can compate to our shop Makro. You can buy there huge quantity food. Then we bought hot dogs for the dinner to bring back home. Eri-chan prepared some salad and miso-soup (with sesame seeds) in addition. I tried to help, but can only prepare miso, this time it was the dried one, just had to ...

Sunday 2nd part

A travel blog entry by helcanen on Nov 09, 2014

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... j'ai besoin de boîtes pour ranger mes affaires. Mais on va d'abord au shops manga de Takasaki. Le 2ème shop vendait plein de figurines de Gintama, Saint Seiya, Dragon Ball etc... A Akihabara, j'ai jamais rien trouvé. Donc au final j'ai trouvé une petite étagère en plastique. Je peux enfin prendre mes affaire sans devoir ouvrir ma valise tout le ...

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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... were ornate - featuring embroidery. There was a telegraph from the CEO of a transport company for which Uncle Shigeharu worked. There was also another telegraph from a well-known female MP whose father was once the Prime Minister of Japan in the 1970s. (His name and the dynasty are still revered like gods in this rural Niigata constituency, perhaps because the man helped to develop his own constituency. This could have been readily ...