Hoshino Resort Risonare Yatsugatake
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... and before we knew it we were wondering the streets of gion and visiting Maruyama park - the first of many shrines and temples to come ! This was Just north of the famous gion district. This park is the main place to see cherry blossoms during the cherry blossom season. This place was huge and there was so much to see. Gates , temples and suddenly a big statue . I had forgotten how all the tori gates were red . ...
... focuses on the hard lines of the image. After each layer is carved and perfected, the printing can begin. Each layer is inked and pressed onto mulberry paper and repeated as necessary for desired color depth. A few hundred printings are typically made from one set of block prints and each original design (historically) was approved by imperial decree. Today the art form has branched out and although the original techniques are continued, the images themselves ...
... the Eiffel Tower was nonetheless majestic and grandiose. The mountains loomed in the distance and the triple moat system surrounding the castle bespoke of ancient bygone days when the castle was a cultural center point for the town of Matsumoto. I am set to daydreaming when I explore historical landmarks like these for they hold the magic and the mystery of the past that eludes us modern day techies. But enough of old buildings! ...
The time was great I loved climbing the Tokyo Tower. I stay was great to, I felt really welcomed at the hotel. I LOVED having sushi everyday and trying so many different kinds. I went on all the rides at Disneyland. I also did a lot of exploring the place. It was great ...
... we walked to the front of the castle. It looked like a shrine/temple, but not in the bright colours. Matsumoto Castle is the oldest and most fully intact castle in Japan. We took off our shoes at the front, and had to carry them in plastic bags. We then walked up steps that were very high - from 30cm to 40cm high - taller than a ruler. Inside the castle there were samurai suits, guns, bullets, pictures of them fighting a long time ago and steps.