Umibenoyado Mermaid

Address: 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

Bathing at the oldest Onsen in Japan

A travel blog entry by chrismcg on Apr 30, 2015

27 photos

Today we went to the Dogo Onsen area, Japan's oldest hot spring, boasting a 3000 year history.
We went to the Dogo Onsen Honkan which houses the ancient spring. The building was rebuilt in 1894 and I'm sure there must have been some renovations done over the years, because it was really very nice inside.

As usual, men and women are separated in the public bathing areas, and so Arthur and I parted ways in the hall. My area was a large pool, with a raised platform in ...

Day 6

A travel blog entry by thebyrnes on Jan 02, 2014

1 comment, 12 photos

... It was so much fun! Then we got to the top of the mountain and the castle was awaiting. It was humongous! There was this massive wall surrounding the lower part of it that was all made of stone. We entered the castle and took lots of pictures and then looked at all of the displays. There were real samurai swords, samurai armour, original map drawings and original traditional poems! It was so cool! Some ...

Mellow Matsuyama

A travel blog entry by jhiscocks on Jun 07, 2010

2 comments, 9 photos

... I've ever seen; it was like something off the back of a cereal box (here's a copy http://www.city.matsuyama.ehime.jp/lang /en/sightseeing/). The Japanese version was much better. I took the streetcar to the Dogo Onsen area, and walked from the terminus up to the YH, which took about 10 minutes up some VERY steep streets. I was about ready to collapse, but no one was allowed inside until 3 pm, so I dumped the luggage and headed back down to the main ...

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: students say the darndest things!

A travel blog entry by niknash on Mar 30, 2007

... revolving around the fact Japan is not an Islamic-Judeo-Christian society. This creates a whole wealth of interesting and confusing situations for me. For one, things like abortion are non-issue in terms of legality - there is no strong opposition for it, and it's just known to be one solution to a problem that someone may be having. I guess you could probably say that most of the country is pro-choice. They'd rather not have an abortion, but the option is there. ...