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Mishakaike Pond, Chino

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  • October 1, 2017
    New parking and roads were made through the narrow, winding streets, finally arrived. Like became popular by the TV COMMERCIALS, but nationwide there are many such ponds. Well I live is [aoike] said, is popular. Do not know and do not bother me is passing away. Road a bit more fun to go good, I thought.
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  • October 1, 2017
    Your 射鹿 of back-IKE pond has begun. Go up by car from Chino and left a large car parking area, the right side normally car parking new! But toilets are still extraordinary for on arrival so no go! Made famous in the paintings of kaii Higashiyama be gridlocked in the autumn season having spare time!
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  • September 29, 2017
    I thought it is a little early, but foliage season is a very beautiful place. So parking was excellent.
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Where to stay in Chino

Chino itself possesses a few accommodations, most of them unfussy hotels with onsite communal bathhouses (using geothermal waters, a real draw of the area), located close to the main train station. Many opt instead to stay at Suwa to the north, where lakeside lodgings are a little more upmarket and well maintained. Alternatively, visitors to Chino choose to stay to the east of the main city center, where hot spring resorts sit in secluded, scenic locations in the highland areas.
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