Hotel Route Inn Isezaki
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... are riders comfortable with, do participants want some cultural aspects to the tour or is it all about the riding: Please send me your comments and/or suggestions. I should add further that a waiver will need to be signed. (Those of us in "Clipped In" will be familiar with this requirement.)
So that's it. Another successful Japan bike tour with wonderful memories. I hope you've enjoyed reading about it as much as I have enjoyed riding and writing about it. Sayonara!
... a road side stand selling red bean pastries, a classic Asian dessert. It was a pancake-like batter with a red bean paste filling. The price was an amazing 100 yen for three. If this were Tokyo, they would operate out of a boutique in Ginza and charge you 100 yen for one. People were buying 15 at a time for 500 yen and the woman was bagging them and wrapping the bag with nice wrapping paper. Even a roadside stand ...
... sweet taste to it that was delicious on its own but was highly complementary when combined with the other breakfast items. You don't usually think about rice and how it tastes but, on this occasion, I came to realize that my stay in this inn had brought me to a state of contemplation, of appreciating the slow, quiet pace of life in this corner of the world. It's so quiet at this inn. At night, I don't hear a thing compared to the noises of the city at all hours of the day and ...
... rests and I take in the Grandberry outlet scene -- a now fabulous Sunday destination for Japanese families has put Minami Machida on the map (and express route!).
An Ukai Tei teppanyaki feast is next. We are treated to an amazing meal that exhausted and jetlagged Lily mostly sleeps through (miso soup and rice notwithstanding). The grounds of Ukai Tei offer jaw-droppingly impressive scenes both inside and out and are a truly memorable last evening in Japan.
Having missed out on an organised tour to the Ashikaga Flower Park , it is a self guided option for us today..
Should be easy enough!
Catch the train from Hamamatsucho north to Omiya station a journey of approx. 40 minutes, then transfer to another line to get to Oyama.. another 30 minutes .. and finally a small local train through to Tomita station.. an approx. 30 minutes further.
Time to sit ...