Dormy Inn Kanazawa
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Right near train station and bus station, great Onsen on roof and nice rooms, great value
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... The next day we went to the Ninja Temple, so called not because of any ninjas but because there are dozens of traps and secret passage ways. It's over 350 years old, totally fascinating and a wonder of creative architecture. Turns out the lord might have been a bit paranoid as the traps were never needed. Better safe than sorry I guess. Next we wandered around a reconstruction of the old castle. ...
... to Kanazawa. Lunch was bento box, rice wrapped in sea weed and a Suntory premium beer bought at the train station. Took another 5 minute taxi ride to the Holiday Inn.
After checking in, we had a brief tour of the fish market which is immaculate. Then it's off to a pretty authentic Italian dinner 5 minutes from the hotel. Early to bed to get ready for tomorrow.
Breakfast at the hotel was more than adequate with many types of ...
Met at 8.30 for breakfast, decided to an American style breakfast, bacon, scrambled eggs etc it was yuk. Headed off with Akiko to Takayama,s morning market then continued on to Shirakawago to visit the folk village. What a beautiful place it is basically how it was in the shogun times, timber buildings with thatched roofs. A new freeway went from Tokyo to Kanazawa it took 20 years to build. Before ...
... snowfall. We visited the Wada family home. Wada San is the head of the village. On the main floor of the farm house is the living quarters and each have a firepit in the center. A flat board is hung from the second floor 8 feet over the fire to divert heat sideways to heat the main floor and prevent sparks from rising and lighting the roof thatching on fire. The upper floors is heated by rising heat through slits in the floor, and this is where silkworms were grown ...
... the bus stopping at the final destination. Yes it was a great day, enjoyed by all.
Shauna and John are heading back to Tokyo for their last night in Japan. So i meet them at the train station and wave goodbye. The rest of the day is spent avoiding the rain.
I am going to miss Toyama. It is a really nice clean city, with a lot going for it. Tomorrow i head back to Tokyo and onto the airport where i will meet up with Shauna for our 8pm flight to Hawaii.