Hotel Harvest Kinugawa
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... this ancient art is some 1300 years old, and was created to give thanks for the gift of water.
There were a few outdoor performances, with much sword waving and drum beating. All very enjoyable, particularly the special events the ninjas put on for the kids, where they trained in the various arts of star throwing, agility and sword play. The delight on the faces of the kids was a joy to behold.
On the way out, ...
... br> To be honest, we weren't keen at first glance and there seemed to be a million steps going up and we were both feeling a bit tired. However, we decided to go up the steps, and the ones after that, and the ones after that, and I'm glad we did, because it was a really lovely temple.
In particular, the beautiful Kara-Mon gate covered in gold leaf was very impressive. Beneath the gables there was a depiction of a white crane and white ...
... Before Christmas ride, impressive latest hologram effects and creepy cute!!
-Peter Pans Flight, pretty cool for a non thrill seeker type ride, you fly thru the air in a pirate ship going thru an indoor interactive story
-Snow White's Adventure, adorable and slightly disturbing fairytale fantasy, in the style of an old school ghost train
-Space Mountain, actually made me feel a little sick, which is new, indoor rollercoasters in complete darkness with projected ...
... of the hall. Upon taking off our shoes (which I did wrong and got a heated speaking to by a priest) and entering the hall, another priest made us to wait for the tour. Then spoke in all Japanese! He could clearly tell we wouldn't understand, why make us stand there! Oh well hahah The Hall is named because a bright ringing sound can be heard when two pieces of wood are clapped directly under its head due to the acoustics of the hall.
... ride was good as it took us through the mountains into the the countryside and gave us some great views. Arriving at Nikko it was coming up to lunch time so we we in search of a good eat some where around the station, after a bit of discussion we decided on a cheap cafe up near the temples. Inside the walls were made of simple plasterboard but you could not tell as every inch of the place was covered in stuff ...