My Hotel Ryugu
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... Nakatsugawa, including a ride on the world-famous Shinkansen (Bullet Train) to Nagoya. At Nakatsugawa, you board a local bus for the short journey to Magome. There is a walk of around 3.5 hours over Magome Pass to Tsumago, one of the best-preserved and most evocative of the Nakasendo post-towns. Overnight at a family-run minshuku in Tsumago, with a delicious home-cooked Japanese dinner and breakfast included. After dinner, enjoy a stroll ...
... the same moment, creating one continuous line of backpacks. Though it was much more crowded than during day time, the dreaded traffic jams for which we were warned fortunately did not occur. Slight disadvantage: since we expected a much slower ascend, we were at the top 90 minutes before the sun would show itself. 90 minutes of cold wind and no movement made us yearn even more for those first rays of sunlight. It all made that moment of sunrise much more special. The ...
... in the torrential rains and were trying to find a museum to park us in for a few hours. Andre and I finally couldn't take anymore, decided to cut our losses and head back to Tokyo. We asked for our tickets for the bullet train but were refused. We were told that we would have to make our back on our own. We caught a taxi to the nearest train station and were able to figure out how to take 3 commuter trains (over 100 km distance) to get back to Tokyo.
It was ...
... day out in the sun and we decide to forego the walk to the observation deck and continue our way. Which was just as well, as when we walked back to the car two busloads of tourists arrived. From here you should be able to see Mount Fuji on a clear day, but it is hazy and Fuji-san, shy as he is, is hiding. We continue the winding road overlooking the awesome coastline. We notice two small rocky islands close to each other and connected by a thick rope. Could these be two sacred ...
... if one climbs from the bottom to the summit, taking time to appreciate Mt Fuji's history and beauty.
We were happy with the bus!
It is a real holiday atmosphere at the 5th station, with lots of tourist shops and cafes (there is always somewhere to eat in Japan and always a soft drinks/coffee/tea machine). We went to take a photo to show we had reached the level, along with many Japanese. We offered to take a photo of husband and ...