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So a brief intro for those unfamiliar.
Onsen are natural hot springs located throughout Japan (over 3000 of them) due to the geothermal activities below the country. The waters supposedly have healing properties due to the minerals it contains. Ryokan are traditional Japanese inns, varying wildly in quality, amenities and ...
... YAY! Anyhow, on my way here yesterday I knew I was going further to the cold because it actually had snow settled on the ground from Friday's weather. Osaka had snow also but it melted as it hit the ground. Take a look at a few of my shots. Anyhow, the day starts. I'm off to start my work for the day. またあした ...
... it, so it must be used to carry things. I said goodbye to Cam, and we arranged a meeting time in about 45 minutes. Later we realised you could just yell over the wall. In the women's change room I asked two younger Asian girls some questions like "where do I hang my towel and clothes?". I figured I'd never see them again so shouldn't be embarrassed. (It turned out they were my Korean dorm buddies for the night!). Butt naked, with a tea-towel over ...
... and take-away foods. Peter claims he was moved to tears by how the Japanese expressed themselves through food -- I think it was more the fact that we were too stuffed from breakfast to sample all the items we kept oggling over...we spent a good 2 hours slowly winding our way through Nishiki. These are only a few of the shots... Towards the end, we did manage to squeeze in a fishcake 'lollipop' with vegetables ...
... hall, we saw a movie which showed us the preparations for the parade and past parades. We continued on to see a Banker's home (Kusakabe Folkcraft Museum) that had been donated to the city in 1879. Since the winters are very long and there is lots of snow, the houses had roofs in the shape of praying hands-extremely steep slope, so the snow can slide down the roof. There were no chimneys. The entire house was built from Japanese Cypress.They had fireplaces in the middle ...
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