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The past couple days has been really fun for me. I got to visit a whole new place in Sendai and had a lot of fun with my fellow students. We visited a shrine in Sendai and it is really quite and peaceful. With people walking slowly to pray for the safety of their child and themselves. I have never felt so peaceful in my life, it just felt like I am melting away with the atmosphere. Ramen ...
... know, not my style). It took a bit over 6 hours return, with a few very steep parts on the way up which tested my muscle strength but got there and was rewarded at the summit with the crater you will see in the pictures. Nothing quite prepared me for this beauty. I was joined at the top by some hikers (if you can call them that) who just came out of the cable car and we were pretty much the only ones on the trail up and down. ...
A true highlight of our japanese experience is Zao Onsen, a ski resort town about 45 minutes East of Yamagata.
We came here a bit by chance and were very lucky indeed. This town is so charming, lots of little lodges and restaurants, it's pretty, clean and surrounded by mountains, ski slopes and lakes. On our first day we visited the different sites: two lakes, the shrines etc... Yesterday we climbed Okama (there is ropeway ...
... the way so the trains weren't working anymore, we had to wait for a bus and then the bus left us at another train station and finally we got where we needed to be. Total time by local train: 13hours.
Collapsed once i arrived in the hotel that had a shower, which i hadn't had for two days (lol) and passed out.
... on the way so the trains weren't working anymore, we had to wait for a bus and then the bus left us at another train station and finally we got where we needed to be. Total time by local train: 13hours.
Collapsed once we arrived in the hotel that had a shower, which we hadn't had for two days (lol) and passed out.
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11 Kubo, Sagae | Hotelfrom $100