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... the roof was constructed. There was also some nice lacquerware used by the family during the years.
I thought these lovely little homes looked like the mini-gingerbread houses that I made last Christmas, complete with snow on the roof.
Once again the trip to the village was up through the mountains and Arthur was fascinated by the number of tunnels that we entered. On the way home, he counted the tunnels - we passed through 15 ...
... capped mountains and then onto a hot springs resort, where I contemplated entering the waters, but as I hadn't brought a towel, I will have to delay that experience for another area. Yumoto Onsen is a hot springs resort, where the milky waters have a strong sulpher smell. I'm told it is very therapeutic.
Thursday, 26 March
Today we went to the Edo Wonderland, which is an attraction park, where one can experience ...
... that we got into an area that had very small houses, and apartment blocks, some of the houses even had a bit of garden!
Then we hit some really open area with fields of something growing, before arriving into the mountains. We were surprised to see snow on the mountains!
Nikko has been a holy place in both the Buddhist and Shinto religions for over a thousand years, but its fortunes only took off with the death of the ...
Hopefully not too cold, it is getting absolutely freeeeezing here!!! Autumn was dreamy! The vividly firey coloured leaves here are stunning, but the moment it turned to winter, instantly changed, BAM! Punch In the face of icy fists of Japan winter. Colder each day and I'm running out of warm layers to add. May need to buy a scarf! I knew it would get chilly but I really underestimated how quickly winter would kick in.
It did mean shorter theme park cues ...
... available so you create your own drink. We had to laugh when we put the green tea powder in the soya sauce thinking it was powder wasabi because we didn't know better hahaha Silly tourists. ooooweee and is there wasabi ever spicy here!
Later that evening, Eric arrived from Akita to spend a couple of days with us in Tokyo before having to head back north. It was great to catch up and hear all about his experiences in Japan teaching English thus ...