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... sans-serif; line-height: normal;">I leave the local train and the other, mostly snoozing, passengers behind and walk into the tourist office where 3 accurately placed desks are set up to help incoming guests. Now I find it rather difficult not to smile at the charming way a lady uses a highlighter to show me where to turn right and left on a japanese map whilst a guy attempts to say left and right. Later in the day I discover that everyone here is very helpful and despite nearly no ...
... whether or not you wear anything underneath but she wasn’t risking him exposing his ankles to the other guests. You are invited to wear the yukata anywhere in the hotel precinct and to all meals. The room is a tatami style room which means the floor is covered with straw mats or tatami. There are no beds in the room. While we are at dinner someone comes in and sets up two futons on the floor. There is a very small bathroom area, but who needs a bath ...
... your arms are around my throat"; "it's hugging"-- yep we've had that dialogue more than once. We stopped half way down in a shelter along the path for a picnic of rice triangles (sour plum!) and store bought cakes before proceeding to walk all the way back to the village along the river. Nathan and I took a side trip through the small onsen village of shiba. It was sleepy in the early summer afternoon a bit like any resort town out of season. Lots of public baths ...
Now this weekend was a blast for sure! It has been easily my best Japanese (authentically so) experience. What did I do? I'm glad you asked.
A group of ALTs organised a "Geisha Experience" at a ryokan! Yea all these foreign words, so let me give a little foundation information and you can maybe research the rest.
Geisha - traditional Japanese female entertainers who act as hostesses and whose skills include performing various Japanese arts such as classical ...
... night will be fully booked with 14 people staying. There are me and my friend, an Australian girl, a group from New Zealand and a few Japanese people. I have really enjoyed staying at these hostels and I will miss that when I get to Kyoto. I am sure Kyoto will be very nice as well, but since I will be staying with a friend there I will probably not meet as many new people there as I have done here in Nagano and Tokyo. Off to new adventures tomorrow! Mata ne!! ...
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