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... Shigeki), sashimi fish (both of ours went to Shigeki), cold soba noodles (Joseph's went to Shigeki), a plate of mixed meat and veges (Shigeki's went to Joseph), a bowl of soup, a sampling of tofu, some strange vege and something else, as well as vege pickles and rice. Dessert was a small piece of cake with grapes. I gave Joseph my cake but the grapes appeared to have been frozen and thawed out. Not a good taste.
Most of the ...
Our last port of call and tour today before disembarking tomorrow in Maizuru. It looks to be a bright sunny day ahead since the typhoon has moved on which is good. We sail into the port before sunrise and are greeted at the port by ladies dressed in kimonos, and a Samurai cartoon character, I get a few pics with them and the Captain. We first travel to the Kenrokuen Gardens where we view the magnificent gardens. Our tea ceremony awaits, not very tasty ...
We are now in Kanazawa, north and west of Kyoto. We came up yesterday by a train called Thunderbird and I thoroughly enjoyed the views as we travelled close to the water along the east coast and then moved up into more mountainous areas and saw plenty of picture postcard trees. Kanazawa seems quite wealthy and is beautifully kept - at least from what we have seen so far. There is a castle nearby the Hotel Resol Trinity, where we are staying, and next to the castle is one of ...
... and two tours were offered.
We boarded a bus for the Kenrokeun Garden and the Castle Park.
Our guide, Yama, was very funny and informative. She explained that people from Tokyo insult the western side of Japan by saying it is the backside of the island. She said that because this is the side closer to Korea and China, it has more culture.
Rice is very important to the area and ...
... there were thousands of them.
In Shirakawa, the government chose 26 of the best preserved homes and structures and created an open-air museum, where we can step inside. Each has 3 floors with the first floor being the living area and the top two used for raising silk worms. In both villages all the homeowners raised silkworms and made gunpowder for the Lord in Kanazawa and the Emperor in Kyoto. The houses are made of lumber from a Japanese elm ...