Hotel Dai-ichi Sakai
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... gate was donated by a Japanese business to find favor with the gods. What a thing to behold! Truly something I will never forget. Apart from my meltdown night in Tokyo, this was by far the hottest we've been during the day. Sodden. The only operative word. Just totally sodden. It's gross. I don't think I would ever adjust. It's so humid here that there is a large market for what Tyler and I have dubbed "sweat rags." The Japanese have created an industry in ...
... a cab and had a wonderful drive through the mountains (it looked like a Japanese ski village community of sorts) before going down into a valley by a stream to a Ryokan (traditional Japanese Inn) called Takao Kanko. This place was quite lovely. Immediately, they had us take our shoes off and had us put on slippers. They took our stuff to our room ahead of time and then took us there, where they first served us tea on floor mats in our room. After that, ...
Day 3: Monday 17th November Half day city tour of Kyoto. Kyoto is likely to resemble the Japan you have always imagined. Rich in culture and history, this city has a strong claim to represent the very heart of Japanese tradition. We spend five days enjoying its numerous attractions. Our visit begins with the Zen Gardens at the Ryoanji Temple ("The Temple of the Peaceful Dragon"). This quaint religious establishment is best known for ...
... 7 on the Richter scale and because it was only 15 kilometres deep, we could really feel it. Also I found out that there had been an earthquake in China a few days prior that registered. 6.1. The scary part was that many people died and there was a lot of damage and it was right in the region and place that I spent the first two weeks of my travels. Today our tour guide took us around to see some of the sights. The first stop was Nijo castle. Tokugawa built ...
... so fast. Seemingly more-so even than both of the previous Japan trips, which makes this blog entry so difficult to write.
I have to admit to myself and the world that the holiday is over, and I'm now bound for normality again.
Our third Japan trip. Am I sorry that we went back to the same country again, and didn't choose somewhere else to go this time? After all, plenty of people have asked why we'd choose to go back to the same place over and ...