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Walking the Nakasendo Way is a lovely escape from modern society and staying at a Buddhist temple with only natures distractions, was a great way to end day one. A two minute detour off the main road, the Eishoji temple complex is calm and inviting....More
We stayed at Magome for an overnight stay, after walking part of the Nakasendo way from Nagiso train station. We really wanted to experience a true ryokan, and this was the perfect chance to stay in an old temple.
We received a wonderful welcome by...More
Here is a totally different Japanese world, so far from the busy and noisy Tokyo and Kyoto…here is the famous Nakasendo (Central Mountain Route), the alternative route for Tokaido (Eastern Sea Route) between Edo (Tokyo today) and Kyoto, one of the 5 routes of the...More
The service provided by the owners, a mature japanese couple was very good and welcoming. The food was very simple, healthy and balanced. We were the only ones staying at the time, maybe because of winter, so we had the place just for ourselves. We...More