Kiyosato Kogen Hotel
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... bus for the drive to the monkey park
It’s a 1.6km walk to where the monkeys are through a lovely pine forest. The Snow monkeys are Japanese Macaques are the only primates to live in a place where it snows. The monkeys are able to do this by spending their time in the onsen.
The monkeys are very amusing – especially the young ones who appear to have limitless energy and delight in ...
... chair which is a great run for the kids. A couple of laps of Paradise and then some runs on Yamabiko (the "half pipe" run a highlight for the kdis) and then it was time for lunch at our favourite place on the mountain - Buna.
Filled with our favourite Buna curry's and we made for our last run home - Skyline.
The kids were really skiing well - Spencer has his parrallel turns locked and loves to hunt out new jumps. Eleanor is also pretty fearless ...
... s. The silver lining was that I had decided to go up into the mountains and experience some of the old fashioned houses in a self catered communal house.
Set in the mountain town of Hattoji the whole are is dedicated to preserving the look of the old life in japan and encouraging Gaijin to come and get a taste. To this end the local councils have laws in place regarding the character of the town and its surrounds. For me this was perfect. To live in ...
We travel via Matsumoto Castle to lake Kawaguchi. This castle is more than 400 years old and is one of the finest and best preserved in Japan. The next two days we will be staying at a lovely hotel overlooking lake Kawaguchi an a view of Mount Fuji. Here we get to relax in the hot springs, have a massage or just relax before we leave for bustling ...
... arranged in wonderful settings. These memorable characteristics contributed to Shirakawago Mika-en being designated a World Heritage site in 1995. The architectural style here is called 'gassho-zukuri' ('hands-clasped in prayer') and this is indeed the exact pictorial gesture which the roof profiles bring to mind. The beautiful structures ...