Ryokan Matsuyama

Address: 3-5-26 Iwatamachi, Oita, Oita, Kyushu-Okinawa, 870-0936, Japan | Ryokan
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This ryokan is located on 3-5-26 Iwatamachi, Oita.
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Travel Blogs from Oita

Fire and brimstone

A travel blog entry by chrismcg on Apr 11, 2015

4 comments, 11 photos

... food was simple but very tasty, as evidenced by the stream of locals that ate there.

Yesterday, I think it was Friday, we woke to drizzling rain. Undaunted we geared up and took a bus to Beppu, another coastal city, which is also one of the most geothermically active regions in Japan. We took the coastal road to Beppu and given the drizzle and overcast sky it was not much of a trip until Beppu emerged out of the mist like Brigadoon.

Beppu is famous as ...

Last day

A travel blog entry by proffdude on Mar 30, 2015

18 photos

... shinjuku again(one of the craziest places on earth) to get to the airport. It's full of pachinko slot arcade halls, anime characters, flashing lights and a whole lot of noise! It was horrifying to see the scale of industrialisation in Toyko. Didn't manage to capture it in a photo as the buildings and roads and bridges and factories go on for miles and miles. Incredible how ...

Japanese Alps Adventure

A travel blog entry by proffdude on Mar 26, 2015

10 photos

We caught a bus through the snowy hills to the cable car that took us over 3000 metres into the Japanese Alps. Spectacular views at the top and a walk amongst paths carved through the deep, snow walls. Stunning pine trees covered in icicles and glistening snow. What a treat ...

Hagi

A travel blog entry by proffdude on Mar 15, 2015

18 photos

On a lighter note, this is Hagi a town filled with pottery and orange groves. A place to sooth the soul with beauty. Bizarrely there was a gigantic modern building dedicated to ceramics in this quiet little island town. Incredible professional pottery in the museum and shops overflowing with more pots. No vanilla ice cream in this town, only orange. Made a change from seeing green tea ice ...

Nagasaki and the Atomic Bomb Museum

A travel blog entry by proffdude on Mar 14, 2015

13 photos

Sorry if the photos posted makes you cry. The immense suffering caused by the atomic bomb dropped on Nagasaki surely only serves some kind of purpose if people hear the suffering and the world moves forward with nuclear disarmament. Around 75000 people died almost instantly when the bomb hit and another 80000 people suffered and continued to suffer the horrendous after effects of the devastation. The photos posted, explain more than I can possibly say. The Atomic ...