Hotel Resh Tottori Ekimae
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... keep wild boar from damaging crops and for safety from the mean rascals. Occasionally the night silence is broken by an odd guitar-string-like sound and a pigs screech.
This is an international Zen center with a unique philosophy of mostly self sustaining lifestyle. This means that ¾ of the days the mostly-male residents in 20's and 30's zip about on bulldozers, power-shovels, field plows and rice harvesting machines doing all the work needed to feed 20 ...
... countryside give a deep appreciation of the quaint nature of the remote areas.
This northern seaside city is surrounded by mountains and is dotted with temples, shrines, museums and markets that show a bit more slow and quiet Japanese lifestyle. It was a bit surreal pacing the near-empty streets on this Sunday afternoon. It helped me prepare for my next step - a remote mountain temple.
After some souvenir buying we headed home. More or less. I kept ******* off the GPS by going my own way based on memory and rough knowledge of the area. Then I had this great Idea: I went to Yumura Onsen. On our last trip to Japan we visited the onsen town and I have fond memories of the place. Still do, despite the little adventure we had. I couldn't find a public parking place so we pulled over near the center of town and the kids got out to go to the ...
... hilly area with the surfy coast truely excited me.
The scenery I expected is like below.
I arrived in Tottori at half past 2 in the afternoon by bus. In the bus station, I caught a sight of a bus just leaving for the sand dunes, so I headed for the bus and waved to have the bus stopped. The driver realized me and he opened the door ...
We arrived in a very rainy Tottori and to be honest it did not stop throughout the whole day we were here. The first thing we did on arrival in town was to drop our bags off at our Minshuko, which is a type of Japanese hotel, less elaborate than a ryokan, but with the same tatami matted rooms. Unfortunately , there was little in the way of restaurants with English menus, so we ...