Address: 280-1 Ogimachi, Sado, Niigata Prefecture, Chubu, 952-0604, Japan | Ryokan
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Wajima Market, etc.

A travel blog entry by joanyoung on May 28, 2015

... and modern methods. Some products for sale. Kiyoko purchased some small packets of salt to give to everyone as gifts. One thousand rice fields. Lookout over terraced terraced fields near the sea. Took some photos then left. Soba restaurant for lunch. Very delicious cold soba with condiments of daikon oroshi and green onions. Dip soba into sauce and eat. Afterwards, pour hot soba water into dashi and drink. Not too heavy a lunch. Quite refreshing. 1.5 hour drive ...


A travel blog entry by annsan on May 08, 2015

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... The parade is accompanied by musicians in traditional Japanese costumes, quite an interesting and colorful event. The elephant made of paper is very large and being pulled by the boys with help of adults. We watch them parade around the Yubatake and go up the old, stone staircase to the Temple. We take a closer look at the Yubatake where the water gushes down day in day out, 4.000 liters of hot water per minute!
There is also a public footbath and we ...

From Tokyo to Kusatsu

A travel blog entry by annsan on May 07, 2015

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We board the Hokuriko Shinkansen to Nagano at Tokyo Station. The Hokuriko Line was launched March 14, 2015, and connects Tokyo to Kanazawa. After the train arrives in Tokyo from Kanazawa a cleaning crew boards the train to clean it before passengers are allowed to enter. The train has comfy seats and we love the very smooth and ultra quiet trainride. We arrive 90 minutes later in Nagano where we booked a car with Nippon Rental Car, their office is just outside ...

Snow Monkeys!

A travel blog entry by acampen on Mar 27, 2015

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... out to find the ‘Express’ bus to the park. To be clear, we had already traveled:

  • 15 minute shuttle ride from the hotel to Shinjuku station.
  • 20 minute train ride from Shinjuku station to Tokyo station.
  • 90 minute shinkansen ride from Tokyo station to Nagano station.
Now we needed to take:
  • 45 minute bus ride to Kabayashi Onsen stop.
  • 30 minute hike (up the mountain, through the woods and snow and mud) to ...

Off to Nagano to see the snow monkeys

A travel blog entry by brenton-alan on Mar 27, 2015

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... There are still hundreds of people here, and we take a few hours to see the temples. Now as its a nice sunny day, we walk the streets for a few hours discovering lots of cool little lanes and shops. Nagano is a really nice town, spotlessly clean and full of extremely polite people.
Tomorrow we are taking the Shinkensan to a town called Kanazawa, on the west coast of Japan. My only concern is the weather, i think we are in for some rainy days