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... But he really enjoyed the fighting, sword battles and smoke screen get away.
After the show, we went into the Ninja Trick Maze. It starts out winding through a beautiful Japanese garden, then through a cave and before you know it, you're lost in the maze. Literally. If not for the "Give Up" escape hatch, we'd probably still be in there.
We headed to the back of the park to see a few wax museums which were ...
... he was buried here but the area had begun to fall into obscurity after originally being a training center for monks.
I make a bee line for the Tosho-gu a Shinto shrine encompassed over multiple intricately carved, gold leaf covered buildings. I spot the infamous hear no evil, see no evil, speak no evil monkeys but I am more impressed with the carvings on the store ...
Today was spent exploring Nikko. This is a city of approximately 90 000 people but I honestly do not know where they were all hiding as it seemed like a quiet, sleepy village. It very much reminded me of Kimberley, BC as it seemed very similar in nature. We started with a short walk by our guest house toward Kanman-ga-fuchi abyss. There were rows of Buddhas along the river. The river also had a bunch of rapids along it with the water looking ...
... under the temple for shelter from the rain, we suddenly heard chanting up ahead. Following the chants we entered the temple and took a seat at the back of a large hallway. During our RTW it wasn’t unusual to stumble upon monks chanting or performing ceremonies in the local temples we visited (or even hanging their washing out as we found in Phuket), but this was to be our first experience of a Japanese Shinto ceremony. We don’t know much about Zen Buddhism and even ...
I hopped in the car with I forget how many people. It was more then half of my extended host-family (I hope that makes any sense). So there were a lot. Just about when we got out of the car, it started pooring. I mean it was really raining. Like Seattle's worst times two!! I was drenched as soon as we got to Edo' gate.
The Wonderworld was a small village built completely to amuse kids and teach them a little bit about samurai and ninja on the ...