Hotel New Akao
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- Banquet room
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... Nakatsugawa, including a ride on the world-famous Shinkansen (Bullet Train) to Nagoya. At Nakatsugawa, you board a local bus for the short journey to Magome. There is a walk of around 3.5 hours over Magome Pass to Tsumago, one of the best-preserved and most evocative of the Nakasendo post-towns. Overnight at a family-run minshuku in Tsumago, with a delicious home-cooked Japanese dinner and breakfast included. After dinner, enjoy a stroll ...
... aquariums we have been to. They also had dolphins, seals, and penguins. It was definitely worth while.
We then headed over to Kamakura to see the Hasedera Temple. This was a bit different in layout from the other temples we have been to. It has quite a few buildings and large groupings of small statues. The grounds have some very nice gardens with tall lotus flowers and an actual Zen rock garden (the first we have seen). This temple was established in 721and ...
... on rice balls and Yakitori while watching the local entertainment. I released Will so he could sit close to the stage with the other children. He sat nicely for awhile then edged his way to the platform. "Excuse me while me child jumps, hops then crawls his way back and fourth in front of stage," I wanted to say as Mike fought the crowds to grab him. We called it a night.
The rest of last week was mostly spent trying to organize the house and taking ...
My trip to the Hakone mountain region started with my first ride with the famous Shinkansen train, I was excited like a little boy :-))). The second part of the trip was with a little mountain train which didn't excite me but all the Japanes tourist :-). The main reason I spend a night up in Hakone was Mount Fuji. But unfortunately, like most of the time, Japan's most famous mountain was covered in clowds. So I did a boat cruise and visited a shrine ...
... just conquered. All tired but completely relaxed, the bus ride back to Tokyo was very, very quiet.
So, I started by saying that I scratched two activities from my list. Just four days after returning from Mt Fuji I attended Gion Matsuri in Kyoto, one of the biggest of all the summer festivals in Japan. Been there, done that, and ended up with over 400 pictures because I did so much more than just the festival! I'll save it for the next story, which will hopefully appear ...