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Before moving off to Toyama from Takayama, we visited Shirakawago, which was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site, where the villagers still inhabit ancient homes in one of the most scenic areas of Japan. The place is nestled around pine trees, with houses with thatched roofs. It was really a beautiful sight. It was drizzling while we were there, …
... who made it so, and my love to all those I did not get to see on this go around. Not to worry, I’ll be back soon enough.
Toyama-shi, Toyama prefecture
Toyama-shi is the capital city of the Toyama prefecture. It is located on the west coast of Honshu about 190mi. northwest of Tokyo. It is built around a large bay on the Sea of Japan. To the east it faces the magnificent Tateyama Mountain Range, which forms part of the ...
... and tapioca dumplings. It was very pretty but I think most lunches went untouched. Our tour guide informed us later of what we ate (or didn't eat) but it wouldn't have made a difference. It was just too exotic, especially for you-know-who. Returning on the bus for another 3 hr drive back to the ship, I've never seen Roxanne eat so much back onboard. After all, she was eating for two (meals that is). Next stop... ...
... by a quieter cable car down to the impressive sight of Kurobe Dam. This was my favourite part of the trip. The snow corridor was cool but expected. This wasn't. The lake feeding into the dam was mostly frozen solid. The structure itself was an impressive mass of concrete with odd angels and a huge drop to the ice below. It looked something like helms deep from Lord of the Rings. After walking across the damn it ...
... of politeness (and no one speaking english), I can't ask them to stop. Oh well. ..... Onsen So today was my first experience with Onsen. I probably embarrassed myself pretty well. I put the kata on (watched a youtube video). Then went down and did it. I had a grounds keeper, keeping a fierce eye on me to make sure I didn't pollute the no soap portion and did everything in the right order. But luckily he went to go clean ...
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Really really comfortable, despite the fact that I had to share the bed with my friend.. But still..
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