Hotel Crescent Asahikawa
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Crescent Asahikawa
The hotel is centrally located and has already some history. The price / service relationship was compared to other places below standard. Although clean and functional, there is only one slow Wifi station at the lobby. The breakfast buffet was great
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... an engine but up close you could hear it was the sound of the gas escaping from the ground, like a pressure cooker. Close by there was a small bell tower which was tolling frequently, being tolled by hikers to please the kami (spirits) of the mountain. It was a very special experience, well worth the wait! Tonight, tired in the hotel, we're turning in early because tomorrow we have a whole day of driving ahead of us. Further to the East, to Kawayu ...
... on the train as well. I thought that the pumpkin ice cream sounded a bit too weird but from all accounts, it was delicious.
We then caught a one carriage local train to Furano. That took about 90 minutes. We had to open the windows as the carriage was again, it was much too hot. Took a few photos out of the window, including that of two deer. Not the sharpest image but proof that there is wild deer in the Japanese forest. We had our gyoza lunch ...
... explained that sam had never seen snow as we were from australia. the lovely lass smiled, nodded and said "ahhhh, yes" borefore looking to sam and looking forlorn "Im very sorry there will only be about eighty centre-meters." M: I'm sorry did you say eighty? as in eight zero? or eighteen as in one, eight? "Oh no,.... eighty!....we haven't had much snow this year!!!!" at this point i looked at sam...the look in her eye could only be described as ...
... till fellow travelers started to blog about the beauty of Biei and why it deserved a visit on its own.
There are smaller flower farms to see along the way, but they are much smaller in scale to those in Furano. And just as touristy.
The highlight is definitely the sake testing. The non premium sake tasting Is free. The few premium sake they do charge a nominal fee. For 150 yen, I tasted a full to the brim cup of the most expensive premium sake. Which we eventually bought. Think it was about 5940 yen. When compared side by side, the difference in quality was ...