Matsumoto Hotel Kagetsu
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... quite cold by the end as we had to take our shoes off to tour the castle & the floors were very cold. Nia decided that another hot sweet fish was the answer so we bought another to take back for tea. Chilled to the bone it seemed like a good moment to experience the hot spring baths in the hotel. There are separate male and female baths. We read up on the dos and don'ts which were summarised by the leaflet as "do as the naked people do" so we did! It was very hot but ...
... was dedicated to frogs. Cherry blossom season is in full swing here. The castle is the main attraction - we went to see where it is as we plan to visit tomorrow and found a great crowd at the gate waiting for free entrance of the floodlight gardens and music programme starting at 6pm. We just followed the crowd and found ourselves in a refreshment tent buying festival cakes which were bean curd cakes. We ...
... with their siblings (similarities with ours abound) while the parents enjoy the onsen and clean themselves. We watched the monkeys until it became too cold and then back on the bus and back to Nozawa Onsen.
We’d bought some groceries during the day and used the kitchen back at the Lodge to cook up some soba noodles with Pork. Not as good as the local restaurants but the kids enjoyed a night in.
... herself in not falling and Campbell has improved immensely in the last few days. Given this, we hiked the final 30 metres to the start of Skyline (which is roped off this time of year). Skyline is a beautiful ridge run, lots of fast places and then turns into the top of Karaswa which is a 2km cruiser to the Lodge. The kids skied it brilliantly and it was with a warm sun on our backs when we took our skis off for the last time and returned to the Lodge.
The kids ...
... 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 ...