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... br> Nakasendo Day 3 - Yabuhara to NaraiWalking distance : 6.2km
Elevation gain : 344m of ascent and 270m of descent
Time required : About 3 hoursThe ryokan will drive you back to Kiso-Fukushima after breakfast. Use the tickets we supply to travel by train from Kiso-Fukushima to Yabuhara, then hike over the Torii pass to Narai (about 3.5 hours). Explore this evocative village before boarding your train for your onward journey to Kyoto ...
... held out for us and although it was really cloudy, it was at least dry until we descended. Soon after we got back to the Fifth Station the rain started and the weather deteriorated, so all-in-all we were pleased to have done it when we did. However, Mount Fuji will not go down as one of my favourite walks! A few people had said that Mount Fuji was better from afar and I think they are right, but due to the cloud, we never saw Mount Fuji from afar!
Having had no ...
8 km walk from walk Magemo to Tsumago.
The guide book and the tourist information centre told me that it would take 3hours to walk it.
However I only had 2, as I got up way to late to actually do this walk. What can I say i did it in 1 1/2 hours :)
Rock'n Roll!!!! found the coolest little coffee shop in Tsumago.
... equally spectacular. Another batch of small dishes came to us after the beds had been stripped and put away. A ryokan is definitely the way to relax and get a good night sleep. I'd recommend that if you climb Fuji to book one for the night after you've been to the summit. Most have their own onsens which is the perfect thing to do after a lot of ...
... my quest and he told me: „See you in a few months!“ So I decided to search for it in the next day again.)
Back at the hostel we took it easy and went to the lounge where I tried to enhance my japanese skills by learning some letters from the hiragana and some new words as different animals and colours. If you ever wondered what yellow giraffe means I can tell you now it’s „kiiro no kirin“. In the evening we went outside to see ...