Hotel Kajima No Mori
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... soft boiled eggs. It was beginning to rain so we wandered back to the Lodge for the start of the Snow monkey's tour.
The first stop on the Snow monkey tour was Sushi train. This is a great Sushi restaurant where you order your sushi via a computer ipad at your table and then it is delivered a couple of minutes later via a shinkansen to your table. The kids loved it. We ordered our fill and the got back ...
... then went for a sled ride on Karasawa.
We picked up our skis, boots and poles from the rental shop then went for a pizza in town and an Apple bun for desert. It was great to be back in Nozawa!
Tuesday – March 31st
Our first day of skiing was a blue sky day. It is certainly spring conditions as the day warms up quickly. There is still plenty of snow on the mountain but they close off some of the lower lifts so we need to take the ...
... It provided, however, a relaxing way to enjoy the setting sun amidst the mountainous scenery ("Japanese Alps"). We caught the evening shinkansen from Nagano to Kanazawa.
*Travel Tip: Train station lockers make storing luggage super easy when moving between hotels and having adventures at the same time. In Japan, however, these lockers are smaller than those in Europe. We do not recommend traveling with large bags since they will not fit in most train station lockers. ...
... There are still hundreds of people here, and we take a few hours to see the temples. Now as its a nice sunny day, we walk the streets for a few hours discovering lots of cool little lanes and shops. Nagano is a really nice town, spotlessly clean and full of extremely polite people.
Tomorrow we are taking the Shinkensan to a town called Kanazawa, on the west coast of Japan. My only concern is the weather, i think we are in for some rainy days
... organising trips for people as a travel agent. A really pleasant night.
Getting on to the next town was welcome after 2 days on my own. At 9:03am a tiny bus whined up the hill with a hunched old man behind the wheel. Glorious sunshine and no words of English, we wound our way through the old school countryside, past the early cherry blossoms and onto the deserted train platform. Hattoji was a great break from the big cities but it was time to rejoin the ...