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... I think, similar to Mt. Seymour in grade but with an amazing number of hairpin turns. I counted 74 by the time I got to the Lake at the top. Traffic was very light and it was still cool as I passed a sign that showed 15 degrees C. at around the 700 metre mark and the road would top out at around 1,450 metres. A young Japanese cyclist had swung by me just as the true climb was starting. I stayed with him for about 2 km but decided to ease up ...
... been to before, so this was perfect.
Kinchakuda is a park located in Hidaka, which is in Saitama, the prefecture just north of Tokyo. It turned out to be a shorter journey than I'd expected, but I still had to take five different trains to get there: the west-bound Chuo (changing from the local to an express); then the Seibu-Kokubunji Line going north, which merged into the Seibu-Shinjuku Line at ...
... forest and is hidden from the sun. The path is good, but pretty narrow - at some point i see two small cars which can't pass by, and forced to go in reverse. There are some strange temples here and there, one is on top of a old tree, or probably it's the tree itself which is the temple - it's good enough to bow to it, isn't it? As I take the photo I can here tenka songs being performed in one of the houses next.Stopping for the photos is nice and helps me to bring the heart rate ...
... today was a Monday. I'm glad I followed the advice I found online that said to visit on a weekday so that it's less crowded. Once I got my full of the view and lunch, I went to the information desk and finally got a map of the paths since the one at the base didn't open until 9am. I was going to descend with path 6 since it didn't overlap with path 1 at all, but I saw that path 4 had a suspension bridge and changed my mind. The suspension bridge was... rather small, and path 4 ...
... and even chewy but the accompanying sauces were lovely. The carp sashimi was not laying relaxed like other sashimi usually does, it is actually very hard to describe it. If anyone one is familiar with the soy milk face ads on tv recently, you can imagine the face we made over the dishes that weren't to our liking, such as the potato starch on rice. It was slimy and really off putting (that is the nicest way I can possibly describe it).
We had a ...
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