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... a break there.
Those tourist attractions are in Fukui City and another tourist attraction Eiheiji Temple was close to them, but it was in Eiheiji Town. The temple is famous for their hard zen practice and I expected to see some monks practicing hard, but all I saw in the temple were cleaning monks. Of course, cleaning must be an integral part of their practice, but it was not so interesting to me. Anyway, the temple was huge and ...
... s hair", gave me a comfort after a hard trek. After leaving the waterfall, we headed straight back to Gifu City except for taking a few pictures of Lake Miboro.
English Brochure of the Hakusan Super Rindo Forest Road
Shirakawa-go (my blog entry)
http://www.travelpod.com/travel-blog-en tries/misocutlet/11/1295209148/tpod.htm l
It's about my first visit at Shirakawa-go in January 2007. ...
... about 3 of us) who had the nerve to get naked and go into the baths. Again, i wanted to experience the real thing! If you don't do what you'd normally not do, then how do you experience the 'real' thing?
I had been obsessed with Japan for a very long time. Ever since i was a kid, and my Explorers group (like Girl Guides) had a year focused on Japan. I learned so much, did projects on my own, just for interest's ...
... tucked between our legs, we decided to head out to the pier that protruded from the beach several hundred yards into the ocean.
The first incredible feature appeared about 100 yards into the pier. Along the right side of the walkway were piled huge, geometric shapes of concrete. They were stacked several deep for the length of the pier.
At the end of the pier we found a small ...
... After realizing, I could get off the Shinkansen in Kyoto and catch the express train to Fukui that took just over a hour, a plan developed. Luckily my friend YN was game on my idea and agreed to met me in Kyoto. Tokyo was beautiful when I left, sunny with blue skies so I was able to watch Mount Fuji in all its glory as I rode west and the mountain was completely snow capped this time. YN was waiting for me at Kyoto station with ...