Hotel Ascent Hamamatsu
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... The castle is on the small side (when compared to other castles) and yet it's beautiful, but the area around it is even more. Pity everything was mostly in Japanese, I would have liked to read more about it.
We were lucky enough to visit the castle's museum while there was a temporary exhibition called "Manga vs Japanese Katana". Besides the normal Tokugawa related exhibition,there was one with named Japanese Katanas and plenty of ...
... water from the fountain and threw money into the drop and prayed for health and happiness. We shook a tin and a stick comes out with a number and I got a terrible fortune. It was kind of depressing. Me and Rishabh got the same one. We went back for our luggage, and I called home. Dad left to drop off the car to Manvir, my car's gone, it made me a little sad. Mom's home alone too, that made me feel ...
... at the JR train station the tourist information staff showed me a sign saying that 200 metres up the road is another tourist information with English speaking staff. For ordering a meal in a restaurant it was crucial that they have pictures on their menu. Paying in a super market meant handing over notes with both hands, nod and smile to what they say. I basically understood nothing what they said, but I'm still convinced that it was something very polite.
After visiting the ...
... someone reading her fortune paper beside me, which interested me and led me to take a chance on a fortune paper. Because I don't believe in God and Buddha, I bought it just for fun. Anyway, my fortune was "hankichi (moderate good)". It may sound funny, but its marriage and relationship section said, "It is quite difficult for you to marry, unless you don't make a very serious effort." My first smile of the year was a bitter smile.... I felt like tearing it ...
I had really hesitated to attend the festival for a long time before I made up my mind, because the venue was located in the countryside and very inconvenient to access. The bus from the nearest train station was infrequent and a bus transfer was also needed on the way. It was possible to drive, but I was worried about a snowfall in that season. Still, the festival looked attractive to me and I couldn't pass up the ...