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... my room and find it rearranged with a futon on the floor and the table to the side. The blankets are very nice indeed and the pillow is pretty decent, actually. I slept well.
In the morning, breakfast is served at 8 (there are brackets for timeframes) and is served in a communal room. This I was not expecting but the breakfast is also Kaiseki, more or less… So, appetiser, sashimi, baked fish, rice, vinegary vegetables, bitter vegetables, egg, miso soup, ...
... to the Nagamachi district which is a small preserved area with traditional style houses and streets. We visit a merchant’s house and a samurai house. More tatami mats but this time pretty gardens, particularly in the samurai house. We wander the streets back to the loop bus and set out for the Higashi Kuruwa district, famous in the old days for its geisha houses. Most of the houses have been converted into small businesses or homes but there are ...
... that the very old limbs will fall, but later we discover it's to support the trees when the heavy snow sets in. The castle was the home of the feudal lord Maeda. You can’t go into the actual castle but the grounds around it are quite extensive. The castle was used as a training ground for soldiers in WW2 and it is easy to imagine troops of young soldiers parading around here.
We wander back through the ...
... lined with yellow-painted clay walls and a lot of the houses are very old but immaculately maintained. First thing i came across was what i thought was an open house for viewing. Turned out it was a little boutique full of VERY expensive porcelain and earthenware. I wasn't gonna get anything but then some sake cups caught my eyes and... well lets just hope they make it back to the UK in one piece :P
After that i wandered down to the Nomura Samurai house. This is ...
... looked totally immaculate and perfectly lined up in tempting displays. By the time we left the market it was very hot outside and we walked on in the humid air to Higashi Chaya Geisha district, an enclave of narrow streets that was established early in the 19th century as a centre for geisha to entertain wealthy patrons. The slatted wooden facades of the geisha houses were picturesque. Just south we found the Sakuda Gold Leaf Company housed in ...
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