- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Banquet room
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
TripAdvisor Reviews Ryokan Kaminaka Takayama
Travel Blogs from Takayama
... I didn't count but believe we would have gone thru at least 40 tunnels today. I think the shortest was 160m and the longest was 10.71 kms! Sometimes there is as little as 30-40 m between tunnels. It certainly makes for smooth sailing thru the alps with glimpses of beautiful scenery.
During the day it had gone from light rain to rain and on the way home it was pouring. This pretty much binned the rest of the activities we had planned for the day as they were all outdoors. ...
... miso, fish and raw egg. I don't feel like I missed much to be honest. In Takayama we visited a folk village with examples of all kinds of different traditional houses from the 17th and 18th centuries. The biggest thing that struck me was how smoky everywhere smelt. There are fires burning constantly and the wooden houses had absorbed the smell so much that you really couldn't escape it. It was fascinating to imagine how people lived in ...
... and Kanazawa is the centre for these artisan products. It's surprising where the gold leaf shows up .. we were given candies with a few embedded flakes, and I even saw ice cream with gold leaf decoration. I wanted to have some, but there wasn't time to find the shop. I believe it's considered to have medicinal qualities when consumed. We then took a walk to a nearby street which is the Geisha centre, though I think it's primarily restaurants and tourist activities these days. ...
... went into the next open air restaurant and we enjoyed watching them as each got up to deliver a very short speech ... probably a graduation party, though clearly only classmates, no dates, no flowers, just student contemporaries. As is the case everywhere, we marvel over the lack of garbage cans, yet not a single piece of litter is ever seen. Politeness rules in every way. No wonder everyone raves about their trip to Japan. We will be no ...
... to notice that they had switched the two from yesterday. A lady working there politely directed me to the men's onsen. My bad. Again, I found the outdoor one to be the best. This one was elevated on the property and it had a view of the town below. I remembered to cool down afterwards, because last night I was boiling when I went to bed. I sat with only my feet in the water letting the wind hit me. There was another man in there this ...