Dormy Inn Kanazawa
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... Today it is a fishing, agricultural and cultural center with multiple points of interest.
Traversing the foreign land
My trip to Toyama from the other side of the globe turned out to be happily uneventful. Prior to the journey I was definitely apprehensive. To date, all my traveling in Japan has been accompanied by Japanese speaking friends and/or internet access. This was my first solo journey sans internet. I’ve done a lot ...
I woke up at 5 again. Everyone was already up by then and getting ready. I went back to sleep and my alarm clock went off at 6:30, so I got up and took a shower. The showers are so weird. It's just a room with a nozzle and a bath. You have to spray the nozzle on you. I don't really like it.
I went back to my room and got changed and packed my bag for the day. By that time, it was 7:20. When I don't get enough sleep, I move really ...
... the room where they make soba and then we got shown "magic tricks". It was more science than magic. We were then taught how to make the glass and we made it. It was very hard and hot, but fun. I did a regular one, a marble and a flower one. They didn't turn out very good. Many broke but mine didn't. There were some of animals and they were so cute and done amazingly. I was very impressed. Then, we got on ...
... just scaring dozens of babies and toddlers half to death while their parents looked on in approving laughter. Hysterical.
After the dragons came the rest of the costumed parade, which passed by us over the course of an hour or so. It turned out our spot wasn't as good as we thought it was, since many of the people would actually perform some dance or trick later up the street in front of a bigger crowd and TV cameras. So we mainly just saw them walk ...
Trains down the west coast from Akita to Kanasawa. Just one change - Niigata, so easy although only 6 minutes between connections so had to hurry between platforms.
It's quite a narrow strip of flat land between the coast and the central alps. Mostly rice farms. In fact the whole time I have been in Japan I have only seen rice plots and vege plots in the countryside. There is no sight ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsDormy Inn Kanazawa
Right near train station and bus station, great Onsen on roof and nice rooms, great value
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