Ryori Ryokan Komakusa

4-172-1 Okamoto-machi, Takayama, Gifu, Chubu, 506-0054 , Japan | Ryokan
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Travel Blogs from Takayama

Day 16 - Falling ice, and the best burger on Earth

A travel blog entry by apat


... a stray cat. The cat, who I'm told is named Moo, or Maw, or Mah, or something, is the fattest, best fed stray cat I've ever seen. Unfortunately for Moo, if he sits on the verandah at 4am tomorrow morning meowing loudly like he did today, I will endevour to find out whether he can swim, using the river 25 feet away from the verandah to conduct my experiment.

Down at 8am for what was a nice, but largely unremarkable breakfast. Isabelle, Angela ...

Day 15 - Onsen and Hida beef in Takayama

A travel blog entry by apat


... found the occasional pile of snow on the ground, and that was about it. It would seem that they've had a decent coverage of snow at some point in the last week, but no more on the weather radar predicted for the near future. On the contrary, there is heavy rain predicted for tomorrow morning, so any snow that is lying around will wash away. No matter. While it is a little disappointing, we had some good snow days at the monkey ...


A travel blog entry by markallen

... tiny fish sprinkled on top.

In Takayama, we stayed in a nice – albeit very quiet – hostel called J Hoppers, where we were hosted by a very pleasant English guy living with his Japanese wife. First impressions of Takayama, from walking around the heart of it were that it was very quiet and could be compared to a ski resort in the French Alps; an abundance of fairy lights, overpriced souvenir shops ...

Jord pets a fishy

A travel blog entry by hreljacsinasia


... drive to the village was cool in itself as it was through the mountains so the views were amazing but we also got to drive through 10 km tunnels that were built into the mountains and are the 3rd longest tunnels in Japan. Once we arrived in Shirakawa-go we were taken to the observation point that was breathtaking! It overlooked the village and gave us a beautiful view of the mountains. We were in awe the entire time and slightly jealous that they got to wake up to ...


A travel blog entry by 4tumbleweeds


... wiped, and there was homework to do, so our big plans to visit the onsen – Japanese hot baths - had to be set aside.

The following day we had intended to get up and out early, but we were reluctant to leave – in retrospect we could have happily spent a week there - so we ended up spending the morning wandering again, followed by lunch and a 1:00 train for Kyoto.

Moral: Budget more time in fewer ...

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