Nasu Plaza Hotel
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... high up on the mountain which gave a wonderful view of the entire valley. The tops of the mountains still had a very heavy cover of snow.
Later we went into one of the houses owned by the Wada family. The house has been in the hands of the family since 1573. The head of the Wada family was the village headman during the Edo Period and the family was a very important, and rich one, in the area. The Wada house is the largest of the ...
... ropes, sword play and throwing of shuriken throwing stars. It was quite a spectacle and we both thoroughly enjoyed it.
We then went to a show featuring the glamour and flamboyance of the geisha. There was an audible gasp from the audience as the very beautiful Oiran Dochu, the ultimate geisha, was revealed wearing a brocade obi belt tied in front, high platform geta shoes, and the most gorgeous elaborate hairstyle ...
... having a mixture of chicken skewers, meatballs on skewers, with rice and noodles. There was also a very deliciious sauce. Washed down with Japanese tea - declicious!
A big surprise was that it started to snow as we made out way to the bus stop - absolutely freezing.
Our hotel is not in the town but up on the side of one of the mountains. I noticed they have an electric blanket - I wouldn't be surprised if that is used tonight!
... Before Christmas ride, impressive latest hologram effects and creepy cute!!
-Peter Pans Flight, pretty cool for a non thrill seeker type ride, you fly thru the air in a pirate ship going thru an indoor interactive story
-Snow White's Adventure, adorable and slightly disturbing fairytale fantasy, in the style of an old school ghost train
-Space Mountain, actually made me feel a little sick, which is new, indoor rollercoasters in complete darkness with projected ...
... of the hall. Upon taking off our shoes (which I did wrong and got a heated speaking to by a priest) and entering the hall, another priest made us to wait for the tour. Then spoke in all Japanese! He could clearly tell we wouldn't understand, why make us stand there! Oh well hahah The Hall is named because a bright ringing sound can be heard when two pieces of wood are clapped directly under its head due to the acoustics of the hall.