Midori Ryokan

Address: 7-5 Sotobiraki Komatsushima-cho, Komatsushima, Tokushima Prefecture, Shikoku, 773-0001, Japan | Ryokan
 
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This ryokan is located on 7-5 Sotobiraki Komatsushima-cho, Komatsushima.
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Travel Blogs from Komatsushima

Tokushima Blogs - 2 - 4 May 2015

A travel blog entry by donnellyramble on May 04, 2015

68 photos

... sounded right up our street!

Our plans changed, however, when we couldn't get accommodation in the area and we discovered that it's not that great for pedestrians – there isn't much near the train stations so we'd have to spend a long time walking along roads or hitch-hiking to get anywhere good for hiking.

Yesterday, when we went to the station to get the train to Bando, there was a large crowd hanging around waiting ...

The Solitary Pilgrim

A travel blog entry by skdude on Apr 01, 2015

10 photos

... get a stamp. 1 temple done. Exercise frees the mind, chanting focuses it. It is still not an easy walk to complete at 1,400 meters it will take at least a month to complete. Fortunately i was only planning on walking the first five temples. The happy faces at temple one seemed to suggest that people find this walk very rewarding. The walk exists because one man, Kobo Daishi walked this route far and wide. He set up one branch of Buddhism in Japan. Many people follow this branch of ...

Into the interior

A travel blog entry by triptalk on May 15, 2014

36 photos

The Iya valley is sold in the guidebooks as undiscovered hidden Back to nature Japan. So I was ready for a rushing river and long hikes. And then there is the famous vine bridge crossing the Iya river, a feat of old timey engineering. But I should have remembered that in Japan , if there is something cool to see there is definitely going to be bus parking. So, I stayed in a little guesthouse ,Kel Na Sob, perched ...

Naruto & Takumatsu - whirlpool and zen gardens

A travel blog entry by monkeybusiness on Dec 03, 2013

18 photos

... station in the middle of nowhere. The "town" had no shops and it only had the local outdoor vending machines as supplies. Having not eaten and knowing we had a further 2 hour train ride, we had to settle for a "calorie mate" bar which can only be described as a gone off Scottish shortbread biscuit without any sugar. Delicious. To accompany the calorie mate bar we each had an awful canned coffee which had clearly been in the vending machine for years as no one ever ...

Camping solo with Hayabusa (birds of prey)

A travel blog entry by pixiekatten on Jul 20, 2013

1 comment, 22 photos

... t believe how much stuff people are giving me! And I truly treasure it! Then something annoying happened. I started to feel a sort of ache in my left foot. I ignored it and kept pushing on. After all I only had 6k left to Shirahama. But metre by metre it got worse. And by the time I (fecking finally!) reached the goal it was with a severe limp. I was happy to see that the camp area was merely 50m from the water. In case of a tsunami I would be do very dead ...