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A Personal Style & Lifestyle Blog based in Germany
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My trip to Japan surely doesn’t end in Tokyo. I always wanted to visit the Japanese countryside, to see the nature and feel all the different sides of this country. So I took a train ride to Shizuoka, to be more precise, to Ito – a famous hot spring resort town on the eastern coast of the Izu Peninsula. In collaboration with the ABBA RESORTS IZU and SMALL LUXURY HOTELS OF THE WORLD I had the chance to stay at a traditional Japanese Inn, a Ryokan. Located in a small town, surrounded only by a serene forest, nature and the sea. More now on www.THEDASHINGRIDER.com

http://www.thedashingrider.com/traditional-japanese-ryokan-abba-resorts-izu/

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My trip to Japan surely doesn’t end in Tokyo. I always wanted to visit the Japanese countryside, to see the nature and feel all the different sides of this country. So I took a train ride to Shizuoka, to be more precise, to Ito – a famous hot spring resort town on the eastern coast of the Izu Peninsula. In collaboration with the ABBA RESORTS IZU and SMALL LUXURY HOTELS OF THE WORLD I had the chance to stay at a traditional Japanese Inn, a Ryokan. Located in a small town, surrounded only by a serene forest, nature and the sea. More now on www.THEDASHINGRIDER.com

http://www.thedashingrider.com/traditional-japanese-ryokan-abba-resorts-izu/

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My trip to Japan surely doesn’t end in Tokyo. I always wanted to visit the Japanese countryside, to see the nature and feel all the different sides of this country. So I took a train ride to Shizuoka, to be more precise, to Ito – a famous hot spring resort town on the eastern coast of the Izu Peninsula. In collaboration with the ABBA RESORTS IZU and SMALL LUXURY HOTELS OF THE WORLD I had the chance to stay at a traditional Japanese Inn, a Ryokan. Located in a small town, surrounded only by a serene forest, nature and the sea. More now on www.THEDASHINGRIDER.com

http://www.thedashingrider.com/traditional-japanese-ryokan-abba-resorts-izu/

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My trip to Japan surely doesn’t end in Tokyo. I always wanted to visit the Japanese countryside, to see the nature and feel all the different sides of this country. So I took a train ride to Shizuoka, to be more precise, to Ito – a famous hot spring resort town on the eastern coast of the Izu Peninsula. In collaboration with the ABBA RESORTS IZU and SMALL LUXURY HOTELS OF THE WORLD I had the chance to stay at a traditional Japanese Inn, a Ryokan. Located in a small town, surrounded only by a serene forest, nature and the sea. More now on www.THEDASHINGRIDER.com

http://www.thedashingrider.com/traditional-japanese-ryokan-abba-resorts-izu/

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A Traditional Japanese Ryokan – Abba Resorts Izu. Meine Reise nach Japan endete natürlich nicht in Tokio. So sehr ich die aufregenden Eindrücke der Metropole genossen habe, ein paar Tage auf dem Land wollte ich trotzdem verbringen. Ruhe, Natur und Entspannung – ein Kontrast zum lauten Leben Tokios. Mit dem Zug sind es nur zwei Stunden bis zur Präfektur Shizuoka, genauer gesagt bis Ito – einer kleinen Stadt die für ihre heißen Quellen und Onsenbäder bekannt ist. Mehr jetzt auf www.THEDASHINGRIDER.com

http://www.thedashingrider.com/traditional-japanese-ryokan-abba-resorts-izu/

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A Traditional Japanese Ryokan – Abba Resorts Izu. Meine Reise nach Japan endete natürlich nicht in Tokio. So sehr ich die aufregenden Eindrücke der Metropole genossen habe, ein paar Tage auf dem Land wollte ich trotzdem verbringen. Ruhe, Natur und Entspannung – ein Kontrast zum lauten Leben Tokios. Mit dem Zug sind es nur zwei Stunden bis zur Präfektur Shizuoka, genauer gesagt bis Ito – einer kleinen Stadt die für ihre heißen Quellen und Onsenbäder bekannt ist. Mehr jetzt auf www.THEDASHINGRIDER.com

http://www.thedashingrider.com/traditional-japanese-ryokan-abba-resorts-izu/

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A Traditional Japanese Ryokan – Abba Resorts Izu. Meine Reise nach Japan endete natürlich nicht in Tokio. So sehr ich die aufregenden Eindrücke der Metropole genossen habe, ein paar Tage auf dem Land wollte ich trotzdem verbringen. Ruhe, Natur und Entspannung – ein Kontrast zum lauten Leben Tokios. Mit dem Zug sind es nur zwei Stunden bis zur Präfektur Shizuoka, genauer gesagt bis Ito – einer kleinen Stadt die für ihre heißen Quellen und Onsenbäder bekannt ist. Mehr jetzt auf www.THEDASHINGRIDER.com

http://www.thedashingrider.com/traditional-japanese-ryokan-abba-resorts-izu/

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A Tokyo time capsule — The Hotel Okura is definitely one of a kind. The historic place opened its doors in 1962 as a key moment in Japanese design. The full story is now live on www.THEDASHINGRIDER.com

http://www.thedashingrider.com/hotel-okura-an-icon-of-japanese-modernism/

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A Tokyo time capsule — The Hotel Okura is definitely one of a kind. The historic place opened its doors in 1962 as a key moment in Japanese design. The full story is now live on www.THEDASHINGRIDER.com

http://www.thedashingrider.com/hotel-okura-an-icon-of-japanese-modernism/

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A Tokyo time capsule — The Hotel Okura is definitely one of a kind. The historic place opened its doors in 1962 as a key moment in Japanese design. The full story is now live on www.THEDASHINGRIDER.com

http://www.thedashingrider.com/hotel-okura-an-icon-of-japanese-modernism/
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