Matsumoto Hotel Kagetsu
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... playing a familiar tune, I look over and the head chef comes out and starts singing happy birthday with the harp player THEN all the other people staying and working at the hotel joined in all singing happy birthday to me. They then presented me with a hand made ornament and wished me another happy birthday. I got up and bowed to all the staff thanking all of them. They then played me the hotels traditional song once again with the head chef and harp player. As ...
Luke took kids out today and I stayed at the hospital all day. Kids went to the castle in Matsumoto and pottered around. I will get those photos tomorrow. Mason is improving daily. He had his second round of physio today and was up on his crutches. Fingers crossed he keeps improving. ...
Matsumoto is a very cute city with its own castle (not that I have seen it). Luke will take the kids out today to do some exploring. Mason doing really well, he can stand with weight on his good leg on crutches. Not allowed to put any more than 10kg of weight on his bad leg for 6 weeks. He has endured everything thrown at him from wash downs to suppositories and nothing has phased him. Very ...
... the highlight of the floor was the bronze marble clock. This clock had three faces and below them was a plate with a path carved into it. The marble would roll down the zig zag path to the other side of the plate and trigger the plate to reverse its angle and the ball would roll to the other side and reset, it was a really cool pendulum alternative.
Then we came across something a little out of place. The room was filled with gramophones and records. From ...
... of the main one). We went up some steep stairs and the second floor was almost the same. This room held a giant picture of a bird’s eye view of what the castle and surrounding area would have looked like in the Edo Period. The windows on this floor were bared unlike the windows on the first floor which consisted of different sized shooting holes. Out of this window we saw a nice view of the moat and surrounding garden. On the far side of this room we saw some of the ...