Umibenoyado Mermaid

849-3 Horie-cho , Matsuyama, Ehime, Shikoku, 799-2651, Japan | Ryokan
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This ryokan, located on 849-3 Horie-cho , Matsuyama, is near Matsuyama Castle and Dogo Onsen.
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Travel Blogs from Matsuyama

Tiime to slow down

A travel blog entry by triptalk on May 12, 2014

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... it and I respect that. But in the spirit of being in a place where everyone is walking around in yukata(hotel issued bathrobes), I ambled around the shops when it rained and hiked up to the castle when it was sunny, had a late breakfast and actually read my book! On a side note, I have to say I just love the trains here. You can ...

Matsuyama fun while Chris sits at a conference

A travel blog entry by jamiekrussell on Feb 22, 2014

91 photos

... led a group of more than 15 of us to a restaurant that had been suggested to him. We ended up eating at a table with Atsuo, Chris boss, and Tim, who is an American who works for NASA and is the guy Chris has applied to work with next year. Thankfully, Atsuo was with us and could take care of ordering while we tried to butter up Tim and get Chris in his good graces to have the best chance of him working in Maryland.
Chris was back to the conference on Thursday and I was out to ...

Kintaikyo Bridge, Matsuyama Castle, Dogo Onsen

A travel blog entry by misocutlet on Jan 01, 2011

44 photos

... its name appears in one of the oldest writings, Chronicles of Japan (Nihonshoki), which was written in 720. Actually, there are three oldest hot springs in Japan: Dogo, Arima, and Shirahama Onsens, but Dogo is well advertised as the very oldest hot spring. The main bathhouse was built by the municipality in 1894 and it got registered as an Important Cultural Property of Japan in 1994. I didn't tell the difference between ...

Nuclear war?

A travel blog entry by geoffnsteph on Apr 15, 2007

1 comment, 5 photos

... home the point about the futility, cruelty and inhumanity of nuclear warfare. We didn't exactly skip back to our hotel, though an afternoon snooze seemed appropriate in view of the travelling and the impact of the A-bomb. An evening's trawl around the nearest shopping mall came as an anticlimax, but relief nonetheless from the reality of what took place a few hundred metres ...

NICK: Matsuyama castle and sakura. at night!

A travel blog entry by niknash on Apr 08, 2007

5 photos

The Japanese are lovers of nature (at least in the rural sections they seem to be). My students love to talk about their flowers, gardens and the birds coming back from winter. One popular thing is the beginning of spring with the sakura hanami (Cherry blossom viewings). I thought initially that they all had to involve copious amounts of alcohol and are related to workplaces forcing their employees to sit on blue tarps for over 8 hours to reserve a spot for ...

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