Kinugawa Kanko Hotel
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... it's an hour long wait now, imagine nice weather!
One thing you'll notice here in winter: scorching hot heating in stores and trains, feels like you're being cooked alive, then painfully arctic cold outside. The constant temperature changes all the time make you feel loopy and whoozy, I find it makes me feel extra burnt out by the end of the day. Looking forward to visiting in spring or summer next time!!
Highlights for me:
-Disney's Haunted ...
... he recommended we go to and he suggested Nikko.
After a fantastic sleep in the apartment, Justin and I were off to spend the day in Nikko. We were both pretty pumped because it was our first taste of Japan in a more natural historical setting rather then the big city! We took the Tobu Railway right out to Nikko for approximately 13$, which is most definitely a jump in transportation prices from what we are used to! The train ride did offer ...
... left from their travels, there was; bank notes, postcards, pictures and ever a giant Australian flag some had brought with them. The food was good and hearty so we left feeling ready to tackle all the temples and shrines Nikko could throw at us.
Roughly 100m from the cafe was the Shinkyo bridge which spanned a fast flowing river which would of served as the only way to get to the shrines before ...
... bemoaning how it took the same time to go a fifth of the distance! On arrival at nikko, I was met by the option to climb up the steep hills or catch a bus and always the cheapskate I decided to walk it. The main attractions were the shrine of iayeshu tokagawa the founder of a 250 year dynasty and creator of Tokyo as a major city within japan and a similar shrine for his grandson iemitsu tokagawa, the man who shut began shutting japan off from the world for 200 ...
At one time this lake was a popular destination spot for holiday makers, and many villas dotted the shoreline. Some evidence of it's hay day is easy to find, if you steer away from the Shrines which are still popular with coach parties, there are some remarkable scenes around the shoreline. Today was about photographing some rural scenes, but I never like to take snaps of famous places. ...