Echigo Yuzawa-Onsen Lodge Suehiro
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... to ask the friendly lady when the first bus to Numata would come. She also didn't speak a word english but from her gestures i understood that the bus i just stepped out of was the one going to Numata. :-P So i had to wait for 40 minutes to catch the next one.
I took of my shoes and socks to let them dry a bit, because they were soaked because of all the snow and mud. Not to mention that they smelled bad. Really bad. After a while a group of older japanese ...
... this time things went smooth) and boarded the Shinkansen bound for Nagano. At Takashi station i transferred to a local train to Numata station and from there on it was an hour busride to Hatomachitoge trail, one of the more popular entries to the park.
When i got out of the station i immediately found the busstation which was right in front of the trainstation. But since Numata lies in a more rural area of Japan there were no ...
... first floor and in the second floor they raised silk worms. The roofs are made of matsuri grass which is a wetlands grass similar to pampas grass. The roofs last about 50 years before they have to be replaced. At that time the owner hires professional roofers to oversee the operation and then the whole village helps as well as volunteers from elsewhere. There will be several hundred people working of the roof. ...
Finally in our room on the second floor and it is simply stunning. Everything about the hotel location, design and fitout was stunning.
Down for a thermal spa in the men's public bath house. Indoor and out
Dress for dinner to be served a degustation meal of traditional Japanese food. Eight courses later we are absolutely stuffed but feeling very privileged.
As the wi-fi service is not good, it is back to our heavenly room for a good sleep on large single beds.
We woke up early and set off in very wet conditions from Tokyo heading for the main train station. We boarded a Shinkansen a high speed bullet train that went from Tokyo to Nagano. These trains can travel at speeds of 190 mph. Before we knew it we were at Nagano and swapped over to the Electric railway bound for the mountain town of Yudanaka. When we reached Yudanaka our host Mr Yumoto met us and took us back to his ryokan. We quickly off loaded our bags ...
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