Minakami Hotel Juraku
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... the bus and the acquisition of a new fire truck was all Will wanted to tell Mike. It'd been a long day, but I'm glad we went. The scenery was beautiful and the architecture amazing. I would love to return to Nikko for a few weekdays next fall. Today felt a bit rushed. I'd love to slow it down, hike and maybe camp. It was great to make new friends too. And I learned that Will can tolerate 8 hours of bus riding. The first thing he said after saying bye to Dai and exiting the bus was "More ...
Dinner tonight is in their French restaurant. We are welcomed by an English speaking waiter from Sri Lanka. Knowing he would have English speaking guests, he had kindly translated tonight's menu into English and printed it out for us. The food is surprisingly delicious and beautifully plated, you don't quite expect a French chef in a family type resort in Kusatsu. As it turns out the chef had worked at the embassy in Italy which explains it ...
... and we need help finding the Japanese restaurant. As it turns out we are the only people in the Japanese restaurant, the first course of our Kaiseki dinner is already waiting for us on our table. One of the courses is pork Shabu-Shabu, quite tasty! Also some sashimi, tempura, broiled fish, egg custard and of course rice and soup at the end. Well prepared and nicely presented, but the Kaiseki dinner we had two years ago in the Sekitei Ryokan was the best we ever ...
... found out that Andy was a semi professional time trial cyclist and later found out he was sponsored by BMC and Giant! Later we also met a Belgium family who were travelling around Japan for 5 weeks, they were pleasant and from Brussels and seemed to be keen on Saki which was presented in a tetra carton like a milk carton oddly, this however did not change the taste which was rather charming and subtle. We exchanged stories of travel and headed off to ...
This morning, once again, we woke up to a white snowy wonderland. We had a delicious Japanese breakfast of salmon, rice, miso soup, and a tofu, which filled prepped us for the day of snowboarding ahead. After breakfast, we got on the bus and headed to the slopes. We met up with our instructor for the day and headed off to the same beginner slope as yesterday. After a couple of runs on that slope, our instructor brought us onto ...