Matsuya Ryokan

Address: 484 Motoyoshicho, Nagano, Nagano, Chubu, 380-0851, Japan | Ryokan
 
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This ryokan, located on 484 Motoyoshicho, Nagano, is near Shinano Art Museum, Matsushiro, Shiga Kogen, and Nagano Olympic Museum.
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      Karuizawa

      A travel blog entry by helcanen on Nov 10, 2014

      7 photos

      Going to see the falls of Karuizawa with Eri-chan. Water falls like strings, so some people call them the noodles strings fall or something like that. After we go for lunch, Italian restaurant. I was smelling the garlic while entering to the resto, so wanted to get pasta with a sauce containing garlic... That was in fact the case of all food haha. Even the salad. With that I took a red roses tea ^^ Petite visite ...

      Nagano and Jigokudani monkey park

      A travel blog entry by joca92 on Oct 22, 2014

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      Today I headed off North to Nagano on a morning bullet train from Tokyo. I will be using Nagano as a base for visiting other locations over my 2 day stay here due to its ease of commuting back to Tokyo. My plan for this first day was to arrive in Nagano, drop my bags off at the station luggage lockers and then head on a bus out to Jigokudani wild snow monkey park. This all went to plan thanks to the helpful people in the information ...

      Matsumoto Castle and Zenkoji Temple

      A travel blog entry by tbugs1 on Oct 16, 2014

      25 photos

      ... was at 1375m.

      Matsumoto castle is not very big. It was constructed between 1592 and 1614. It has 5 stories but from the outside, it looks af though there is only 4. There is a hidden level inside where gunpowder and other armaments were stored. The steps up were quite steep and high. If you were tall, it was OK but if you had short legs, it was a bit of a stretch. Coming down was worse. It was far easier ...

      Kurobe Dam

      A travel blog entry by tbugs1 on Oct 15, 2014

      42 photos

      ... each and we had about 5 taxis to accommodate 21 people.

      We caught the train to Matsumoto and then changed to go to Nagano. All this was on the local train and not the Shinkansen. By the time we reached the hotel, it was 8.15pm. We couldn't be bothered with dinner by that point and basically did the laundry and went to bed.

      The next morning, we are due to go back to Matsumoto again to see the castle there.
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      Onwards to Tokyo

      A travel blog entry by cleotup on Oct 06, 2014

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      Breakfast on third floor. Plates like artists palates with dimples in -two sizes depending how hungry you are. Leave on shuttle bus to the station at 8.40. Trains to Obuse in heavy rain. Walked to the museum Back at station for 11am and the next train. Met for dinner @ ...