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Second day of working out complete. Phew I thought that my will power to not become a sumo would only last one day. I am sure the Japanese cleaning ladies are wondering what this crazy Canadian is doing running up and down the stairs. We packed up and boarded our train for Hiroshima, some very snowy locales passing our window along the way. Closer to Hiroshima the snow disappeared and green started re-emerging. We arrived in ...
... moss and several of the trees still boasted lush green leaves. In fact there were even a couple of bushes blooming with flowers. The gardens were very tranquil with jade ponds and burbling brooks cascading throughout. We snapped some pics by the Funsui Fountain, the oldest fountain in Japan, which operates by natural pressure. We trekked towards the Shiguretei Tea House in hopes of samplings several types of Japanese tea as well as warming our cold little ...
... or train station, only 1-2 dinning places in town, 1 tiny grocery, a factory town basically. There's a gigantic factory at the coast. With car, these are not problems. Staying in another person's home/house is exciting in itself. Home away from home!
The price is, of course, time spent doing house chores! Instead of sightseeing attractions, we stay in this home doing things that we usually do at ...
... and it took one hour even to see quick. However, it was not so impressive to me, because I had visited Enryakuji Temple on the day before. Still, I believe Eiheiji is the best tourist attraction of Fukui Prefecture.
actually, we visited another place and had an unforgettable experience for life there. The place was Chirihama Beach in Ishikawa Prefecture. The beach is is the only one where you can drive in Japan. That ...
... in a souvenir shop and finally left the village for the forest road.
Kandas' House Website (only in Japanese)
Hakusan is a 2,707 meter-high mountain located in Ishikawa Prefecture and is said to be one of the three most beautiful mountains of Japan along with Mt. Fuji and Mt. Tateyama. The area surrounding the ...