Dormy Inn Kumamoto
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This morning was a bit uncertain as we found out that the volcano at Mt Aso near Kumamoto is on alert and access to the crater is closed. It was only that I thought to check the Japanese Bureau of Meteorology website for the Kumamoto forecast that we found this out.
Mt Aso is the largest caldera in the world with a circumference of over 100km so we were looking forward to seeing it and the only reason we were going to Kumamoto which is ...
... Canal City before walking back to our hotel. We were pretty exhausted after a day of walking and shopping so we relaxed for a couple of hours before heading out for dinner. We didn't want to go very far, nor have too large a meal so we found the perfect place right across the street from our hotel - a place called Sukiya where they served simple one bowl meals called gyu-don, beef or pork cooked with vegetables served on top of rice. John had a delicious curry ...
... for over an hour. Our bottoms were pretty sore from sitting on the wooden seats by the time we disembarked. We arrived in a quaint village and we walked to a restaurant that Haruyo had reserved for us. The specialty of the area is grilled eel - kabayaki. It is served on top of rice flavoured with soy sauce. There was also a soup cooked on individual cookers containing fish, eggs, and vegetables and a few exotic dishes including jelly fish, some kind ...
Day 123 The trip took us through more beautiful scenery. As we approached the town of Aso, it really looked amazing. It is situated in a huge caldera (basically a crater) surrounded by the crater walls on all sides. From up above it looked incredible. We arrived to our hostel, Aso Base Backpackers, and dropped our bags before catching a bus up to Mt Aso itself. We had taken a map from the hostel so decided on a route and ...
Day 121 This morning we had an early start to get the bus to Kurokawa where the ryokan is we are staying in. The journey was beautiful through green mountains. We stopped at a service station with loads of food samples so I gorged myself! I love this about Japan. It started raining and by the time we got to Kurokawa it was pouring. Something naughty happened...we got the bus for free...by accident! We had booked by telephone and it was pretty pricey. When we got off, so did ...