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Today we headed northwest of Takayama to see the very picturesque village of Shirakawa-go. There are two World Heritage villages up in the mountains (we only went to one). The villages were apparently the bolt holes of the Taira clan after their defeat at the battle of Dannoura in 1185. Until the mid-twentieth century, these communities were almost entirely cut off from the modernization of Japan, which ironically has now become their ...
... ropes, sword play and throwing of shuriken throwing stars. It was quite a spectacle and we both thoroughly enjoyed it.
We then went to a show featuring the glamour and flamboyance of the geisha. There was an audible gasp from the audience as the very beautiful Oiran Dochu, the ultimate geisha, was revealed wearing a brocade obi belt tied in front, high platform geta shoes, and the most gorgeous elaborate hairstyle ...
... hotel in Nikko and got on our first bus ride to explore some temples. Today we went to Rinno-ji which is currently under construction. One is still able to go inside what is literally a building site and see three giant buddhas and some other items on display. You are not allowed to take pictures of the buddhas so you will have to imagine what a thousand-handed buddha and a horse-headed buddha look like.
What we found interesting was that ...
... Before Christmas ride, impressive latest hologram effects and creepy cute!!
-Peter Pans Flight, pretty cool for a non thrill seeker type ride, you fly thru the air in a pirate ship going thru an indoor interactive story
-Snow White's Adventure, adorable and slightly disturbing fairytale fantasy, in the style of an old school ghost train
-Space Mountain, actually made me feel a little sick, which is new, indoor rollercoasters in complete darkness with projected ...
... he recommended we go to and he suggested Nikko.
After a fantastic sleep in the apartment, Justin and I were off to spend the day in Nikko. We were both pretty pumped because it was our first taste of Japan in a more natural historical setting rather then the big city! We took the Tobu Railway right out to Nikko for approximately 13$, which is most definitely a jump in transportation prices from what we are used to! The train ride did offer ...