Ryokan Furubayashi

Address: 1581-3 Takenocho Takeno, Toyooka, Hyogo Prefecture, Kinki, 669-6201, Japan | Ryokan
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This ryokan, located on 1581-3 Takenocho Takeno, Toyooka, is near Jizouyu Onsen.
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Travel Blogs from Toyooka

Day 11 - Still Bath time in Kinosaki!

A travel blog entry by costin on Apr 07, 2015

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... a viewpoint, so had expected something at least mildly strenuous. What we got was a 10 minute stroll to a tower from which you could just about see the Sea of Japan. On the plus side, there was a small bamboo forest that was considerably quieter than the one in Kyoto, albeit with considerably less bamboo too! We also stumbled across a very quaint little temple as we came down from the hill, which was a nice added bonus. From there we took ...

Day 10 - Bath time in Kinosaki

A travel blog entry by costin on Apr 06, 2015

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... here were to be worn outside and as such, we had three layers to our Yukata. The first two were full length robes that we wrapped round ourselves, securing them in place with a sash. The third layer only covered our torsos and tied together with drawstrings on the garment itself. There were also special shoes to be worn when outside, which have to go down as the least comfortable shoes that I have ever worn! They were essentially between toe flip ...

Kinosaki, onson town

A travel blog entry by humberwright on Jan 27, 2015

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... tempura veg and prawns. They were really nice. Then came back a third time with rice and fruit to finish. Perfect. We had some wine and beers with our meal. It was a really surreal experience. We were laughing the whole way through. I pulled Noel under the table by his ankles. It was funny. After dinner we headed out to the public onsens. With the hotel we got dinner, breakfast and onsen passes. We went to Satonoyu bath first as it closed at 9pm. It ...

Zen At Work

A travel blog entry by markkacik on May 26, 2014

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Three train rides, a rural bus ride, and a tranquil hike up a mountain carries me from Japan's southern coast to a small monastery in central north Japan

The bus drops me in the middle of nowhere and I hike in drizzling rain up the 2 mile, sliver-thin road that winds up the mountain. The final 150 ft. climb is across a moss-covered rock staircase that squeezes through a dense pine forest with just remnants of light reaching the forest floor.
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Nacked dancing at the bath house

A travel blog entry by christineatkins on Apr 17, 2014

Not nearly as exotic as it sounds, but no less entertaining, even if the audience was a bunch of middle aged Japanese ladies out for a relaxing afternoon soak. A most enjoyable afternoon spent in Kinosakionsen - a hot springs town in the western part of the country. We kicked things off by getting decked out in our yukata and thongs (I'm confident I haven't translated ...