Chuzenji Kanaya Hotel
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... fetish and if we had our time over again we would make a photo book of them. Always immaculately turned out, they range from the employees of the railways, the department stores, hotels, tourist sites and school kids. Shares in uniform manufacturers would be a sure thing here. Same with shoes - we should have photographed them from the beginning as we would have been able to publish a fascinating photo book.
Early start today with an all day tour of Nikko some 150km north of Tokyo. It is a UNESCO World Heritage listed cultural site with Shinto/Buddhist mix and linked back to the Edo and Shogun eras. The usual annoying, loud mouth Yank in the group who was embarrassingly rude to the lovely tour guide, but everyone else was lovely, including the rest of the Americans. There is always one, regardless of nationality, and that is why ...
... when she'd taken her kids to eat instead of climbing up to the tomb. In the early morning, I'd been so relieved when Erica and her three children boarded the bus as I feared Will was the only child on the tour. We had chatted on the bus ride. She called me as I was heading into Lawson's Station and told me she'd found a playground near the meeting place for the bus. In the convenience store I grabbed some noodles, a hot dog for Will and on impulse a half bottle of wine. We got to ...
... writing system and other factors that distinguish it from western societies. I hesitate to use the word "exotic" but I guess there is that aspect to it for visitors from the West. Furthermore, the practical aspects of cycle touring in Japan are also quite positive. With a "rinko" bag for your bike, you can take it anywhere in Japan on its extensive rail system. The roads are in generally excellent condition as Japan spends enormous sums on maintaining its roads and ...
... a road side stand selling red bean pastries, a classic Asian dessert. It was a pancake-like batter with a red bean paste filling. The price was an amazing 100 yen for three. If this were Tokyo, they would operate out of a boutique in Ginza and charge you 100 yen for one. People were buying 15 at a time for 500 yen and the woman was bagging them and wrapping the bag with nice wrapping paper. Even a roadside stand ...