Karuizawa Hotel Longing House
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... soft boiled eggs. It was beginning to rain so we wandered back to the Lodge for the start of the Snow monkey's tour.
The first stop on the Snow monkey tour was Sushi train. This is a great Sushi restaurant where you order your sushi via a computer ipad at your table and then it is delivered a couple of minutes later via a shinkansen to your table. The kids loved it. We ordered our fill and the got back ...
... at Craft and then leaving the mountain early for late sushi lunch at our favourite place (Hamacho). We'd met a new family at the lodge (the Lawrences from Singapore - their two girls got on brilliantly with our kids). They joined us for the sushi at lunch and then for dinner at Restaurant Sakai (the grilled mackerel was amazing)
Saturday - April 4th
Saturday was our last day of skiing and it was a beautiful sunny day again. The mountain opened up the ...
... satisfying to enjoy the surrounds and the sounds of nature with no major disturbances. To enjoy time with nature and explore never quite sure what you will find. Of course it is also great to have company and for one night only Stephen and Dai kept me company. Chatting late into the night and trying to teach Dai several games including chess and uno. As an architect the buildings must have been fascinating and it was great to hear about travels around the ...
... for the conditions. The Walk up to the temple was nice, we had got off at Gondo station which led us through the Gondo arcade then up the Main Street to the temple. The temple is quite interesting and great architecture. It is one of the largest wooden structures in Japan. It was founded in the 7 th century and the current building dates back from 1707. It is stated to be a national treasure. On the way up to the temple we had ...
Well today I managed to tick another big ticket off my wildlife list. The Japanese Macaques or Snow Monkeys. Marina made us a delicious traditional breakfast of rice balls stuffed with seaweed and local plums plus a bowl of miso soup and some pickled vegetables and grasshopper. Yes you heard correct grasshopper! They are quite nice really in a exoskeletal kind of way. We had to get the Snow Monkey Express up to Yudanaka to then get a ...