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... dull and dark throughout and I'm sure made the queuing worse, as all there was to do, was go up or down stairs!! Anyway we had a nice day despite the rain and saw yet more lovely gardens. In the evening we headed back to Kyoto and had meander through the Pontoncho district. This is a couple of narrow streets of old houses, now turned into shops restaurants and bars. Here we managed to see three real geishas which was a another thing ticked off our lists. Monday - ...
... in Tokyo, the café was not located on the ground floor. This makes it easier to prevent cats from escaping onto the streets. Unlike the Tokyo café however this one did not have a working elevator! This was not much of a problem though, it was only the 5th floor.
Upon entering the Cat Café it immediately seemed more spacious and clean. At 1000 yen per (800 yen in Tokyo) it was a bit more expensive than Tokyo, however a drink, ...
Osaka has a reputation in Japan as being its grittiest city, and you can see that as soon as you get off of the metro. I had aimed to stay in Dotonburi, which is the nightlife and eating center in Osaka, and while vibrant, crowded, and exciting its also pretty dirty--a first in my experience in Japan. Like, Downtown Crossing level of dirty.
We had booked our hotel in Dotonburi because its the center of Osaka's "kuidaore" culture which translates to ...
... hakuba to the snow. By the end of huge day we will have got a total of six trains, pretty crazy! We saw our first bit of snow in japan through the window of the shinkansen, it was beautiful and we could see the mountains in the distance covered in snow. I can't wait to get to it! Yay! We will spend two nights in hakuba, then two nights at a place called takaragawa onsen resort, which is meant to be lovely, with the natural hot springs surrounded by snow! So ...
... I took a side trip to the pottery town of Shigaraki. You probably don't know this, but something like 90% of the ceramic raccoons manufactured in Japan come from Shigaraki, so it's the place to go if your lawn needs a ceramic raccoon. The route from Osaka to Shigaraki passes through Kyoto, so I made a quick stop in Kyoto to do some more tenugi (Japanese cotton hand towel) shopping at the Raak store in Kyoto Tower, just north of ...