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Travel Blogs from Nagano
... bridge and went to the other side...to scare other people. We then saw someone dressed up as a fisherman and he waved at Ben.
We went back to our bikes and rode to the city. We went to Frog Street and parked our bikes so we could see a few more craft things. We saw some kids playing in the river and it was so hot that mum let us do it as well. We had a yummy muffin, and some fish shaped chocolate and custard things - they were good too. We ...
... you going there?" - like we were heading off to some backwater, deadbeat area...kind of got us worried. But, the train trip alleviated some of that worry, as it really was beautiful. Take away the thousands of signs in Japanese, and the odd temple or two, and it could easily have passed for somewhere in Europe with the mountains covered in pine trees and a river running along the train line..
Arrived in Matsumoto (which we initially thought would be a tiny town, ...
... to look around unencumbered. The castle was built around 1593-4 although it has been extensively renovated since then. Quite impressive, especially the stairs. Why would you have stair risers of almost half a meter?
Nagano is only a one hour train ride from Matsumoto so made it easily before dark. Its fame is having the Zenkoji Temple . My book said that the Japanese have long been told to visit the ...
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This morning we left our ryokan, the Kagaya Hotel, and started on our trip to Shirakawa-go. We first visited a rice farmer. He only farms 0.7 acres. We learned all about rice farming and the problems it is now having in Japan. Apparently the young Japanese prefer pasta and pizza to rice so the rice consumption is declining and is only about 2/3rds of what it used to be. There are ...