Okunoin Hotel Tokugawa
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- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Refrigerator in room
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Hopefully not too cold, it is getting absolutely freeeeezing here!!! Autumn was dreamy! The vividly firey coloured leaves here are stunning, but the moment it turned to winter, instantly changed, BAM! Punch In the face of icy fists of Japan winter. Colder each day and I'm running out of warm layers to add. May need to buy a scarf! I knew it would get chilly but I really underestimated how quickly winter would kick in.
It did mean shorter theme park cues ...
... Heritage Site. We had to giggle when we saw the sign because Justin and I have knocked off so many UNESCO World Heritages sites on this trip! The bridge was closed for the day, which actually was a plus because we could take photos of the bridge and greenery behind it in its natural setting. We walked up the huge stone steps into the forest surrounding Nikko and walked until we encountered our fist destination.
Rinnoji Temple is one of ...
... left from their travels, there was; bank notes, postcards, pictures and ever a giant Australian flag some had brought with them. The food was good and hearty so we left feeling ready to tackle all the temples and shrines Nikko could throw at us.
Roughly 100m from the cafe was the Shinkyo bridge which spanned a fast flowing river which would of served as the only way to get to the shrines before ...
... people from a Japanese TV channel who asked me some questions about what I was up to in Japan and got me to try the shrines famous task of throwing a stone through a hole in the archway to gain good luck. I failed obviously. But still I'll be popping up on a Japanese TV screen near you soon! I'm now selling autographs at 20 quid a pop if anyone wants one before they go up in value now I'm a celeb! The site of nikko wasn't actually that large and therefore I had ...
... easy to find professional quality images of such locations on the internet. Instead I prefer to capture scenes that evoke something of the mood that permeates a place. The two Geishas going for a walk on the iconic Shinkyo bridge was a lucky coincidence. I didn't intend to shoot the bridge until I saw these ladies beside the road, and jumped off at the next bus stop. Autumn suits this ...