Kinugawa Onsen Ryokan
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... It is only our impressions that we take away with us. However, one young family we briefly met on Teshima Island probably sums up for us Japanese courtesy. We had just left the Teshima Museum and had starting walking to the next museum, which was at least 30 to 40 min hilly walk. A young couple with their toddler son had also just left the museum in their micro car stopped and offered, actually insisted on driving us to our next stop. The young woman had studied in ...
... not the place to dine so we held off though it was about 7pm. We were dropped off in Shinjuku near the train station to find our own way back to the hotel at Shinagawa.
Dinner was in Shinjuku Station as too sick to bother. Great affordable food in the stations. Many of the places have photos of what they offer and a vending machine where you order your food and drinks. Nice young man helped us work it out. Huge serve ...
... for the first half of the drive then entertained himself with a fire truck I bought at the rest stop break. It would prove to be a wise purchase as he drove it along the side of almost every walkway throughout the tour. We entered Nikko National Park on the way to our first stop. The mountains were ablaze with gold and red leaves. The bus wound its way up through 24 switchbacks before arriving at Yudaki Falls. The air was crisp and chilly as we made our way to the base of the ...
Today I took a train up to the mountains north of Tokyo to a touristy town called Nikko. The area is a UNESCO World Heritage site. I left a bit too late in the day to see everything I wanted to, but visited a shrine from the 1600's of shogun Tokugawa ...
... make excellent wedding photos. After that we just climbed (it is quite a climb, a huge complex on a steep mountain) around to look at the several buildings. There was a service going on in one of the temles, where we sat in for a while. A priest was burning prayer sticks while doing his incantations. Part of the complex was being renovated but most was accesible. It was awe inspiring, we walked around for hours. By the time we had seen ...