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... it isn’t very readily available for consumption in Japan, except in locations that are close to an active fish market, as exists in Katsura.
Our hotel for the evening sits on its own island, a short 10 minute boat ride away from the main town, on boats shaped like orcas, turtles and other sea creatures — all very cute! The hotel is beautiful, and very traditional. Shortly after we checked into our wonderful corner suite, with a fantastic view of ...
... to unroll, and then cooked in a light sauce. Each course is very small, so you have the opportunity to enjoy many different tastes and textures in one meal. Another of the spring delicacies we particularly enjoyed are the tiny baby squids in the tangy rapeseed sauce.
We had a lazy morning and started our hike at 10am. We were hiking through a dense cedar forest, but along a relatively exposed mountain ridge, which was a beautiful walk until the wind picked ...
... wisdom and leave all else behind.
After the morning service, we enjoyed a wonderful vegetarian breakfast in the beautiful, traditionally decorated dining room (full of the wonderful folding screens that we love so much), then a little more time in our lovely room to relax before heading off on the first day of our Kumano Kodo spiritual pilgrimage hike.
The Kumano Kodo trail is nearly 1,200 years old, and was very popular with the nobility ...
... Taisha, one of the three most sacred temples along the pilgrimage route.
From Shingu, we switched to a bus towards Nachisan and got off at the bottom of a set of 800-some steps called the Daimon-zaka, the historic approach up to the temple. This cobblestone trail is lined by ancient cedar trees, creating a wonderful atmosphere. After the long climb, we passed through the usual village of tourist shops and then arrived at the amazing ...
... piled onto our train and stood in the aisles. One of the mother’s kids kept looking at us and saying, "shimata!" in the cutest voice I have ever heard. When you look up the direct translation in a dictionary, the definition of shimata is, damn, but to Japanese people, it is more like saying darn in English. It’s a common word I hear on a daily basis in the office. My friend and I really wanted to offer the little boy a seat on our laps, but we didn’t want to weird ...
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