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... the walls. In the exhibition were a number of photos and rubbings. Further along the floor were a number of weapons including a number of muskets. Two were regular old muskets but the third was at least twice as long and thicker. Let’s just say I wouldn’t like to face a gun like that in a shoot off. The exhibit continued to explain the different rankings within the clans and battle markers, it went on to contain a few different helmets and armours with some of ...
... most important shrines. It enshrines the Sun Goddess Amaterasu and stores the sacred sword Kusanagi,which is one of the three imperial regalia. Note, however, that the sword is never displayed to the public. After that, transfer to Sakae Underground Street. One of the largest shopping street both above the ground and underground, satisfying needs for shopping and eating.
Day 7: Friday 21st November Transfer to Takayama. Another memorable ride on Japan's renowned 'bullet train' takes us from Kyoto to Takayama, a picturesque historic town set amid hills which are known as the "Japanese Alps". The afternoon is free to spend exploring the locality. Particularly recommended is Kamisannomachi ...
... YUM! I had 4 days which I spent chilling out and sightseeing, I saw the Nagoya castle which was my first taste of the Samurai, and visited the Science museum which basically consisted of all the physics from A-level and fun interactive experiments which I enjoyed. I also went prezzie shopping for Andrew (the son) and did sone wicked wrapping which isn't like me at all! It was a great catch up but I was ready to move on to new things so Takayama was next on the ...
... 5 times the pace of the old train! I then took the 2 hour bullet train to Nagoya from Tokyo. Unfortunately I was now about 1 hour 30 mins later than I'd planned but it could have been a lot worse! Although stressful at the time I always think these sort of situations are good when travelling as they test your ability to make on the spot decisions. I headed towards Nagoya castle, having negotiated the underground ...