Address: 280-1 Ogimachi, Sado, Niigata Prefecture, Chubu, 952-0604, Japan | Ryokan
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This ryokan is located on 280-1 Ogimachi, Sado.
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Travel Blogs from Sado

Monkey business and Obuse

A travel blog entry by nreid on Oct 27, 2015

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... being cropped. The area is a real food bowl. First stop was the Snow Monkey Park (minus the snow). The private tour for 4 continues. Quite cool, brilliant sunny day. A lovely walk through the forest for about 40 minutes before the hot springs pools where they tend to congregate. Just before the entrance there is various Onsen out in the open - would take a lot of courage to trot your private bits out for full display! While the monkeys ...

Faster than a bullet train to Nagano

A travel blog entry by nreid on Oct 26, 2015

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... but no show. A nice young Japanese guy asked us if we were okay, so Rod phoned the hotel and he spoke with them. Turns out it was a miscommunication and our pick up was 11:55 and not as soon as our train arrived. The young people are great at helping as they want to practice their English. We were met by our guide Nori at the station and we walked the Main Street up to the Buddhist Zenkoji Temple. The street is delightful, lovely little shops and cafes, a man making ...

Can it get any better? Yes, it can!

A travel blog entry by velojim-japan on Oct 13, 2015

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... br> After lunch, I went to the shop and bought some jam and then started to head back to the Inn. The sun was now out and the temperature was warmer. The ride back was just as gorgeous as yesterday's when I first rode to the Inn but the sun was lighting up the other side of the valley and the mountains above. It was a good day...no it was a great day. Just when you think it can't get any better, life throws you a loop and you sing all the way back to the Inn.

No to snow monkeys but yes to grasshoppers

A travel blog entry by velojim-japan on Oct 12, 2015

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... is an area of mostly small villages nestled among farms and fruit orchards.

As I didn't get in to IIyama until about 11:30 AM, I didn't have an ambitious ride in mind but opted instead to ride to the Yudanaka area famous for hot springs and also for a nearby snow monkey park. This park has a natural hot spring and these monkeys are famous for bathing in it and keeping warm in the water during winter. It's turned into a bit of a ...

Snow monkey day

A travel blog entry by ptoj on Oct 03, 2015

... Walked down to Shibu onsen. People walking from bath to bath wearing Yukata and Japanese shoes. Finally made it back to the ryokan. Put on our Yukata and shoes and walked to a nearby onsen. It was very hot, could only put legs in, Philip squirted cold water on us to help . Went for dinner , then back to the ryokan. Tatami and futons, tiny rice filled pillows. Best things today - the snow ...