Richmond Hotel Hamamatsu
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... around 30 mns from our apartment, so, more walking.
I still haven't slept since the night before I boarded the plane to Frankfurt.
After we arrived and our friend currently living in Okazaki told us some essential stuff he had to go work ASAP. I spent an hour or so unpacking and doing some random stuff until I pretty much fainted from exhaustion on top of my futon.
The next day I still didn't take any photos. Waking ...
... crowded and we ended up eating at a sushi boat place. There was an old man who kept waving at us, it was really funny, he made a hang 10 sign and said meow meow meow and waved all the way out. The wasabi was in the sushi instead of being separate and the tea was a power you just add to water, delicious. We went back to the temple, it was open this time, I wafted the smoke on me and washed my hands ...
... alleys which are so special for Kyoto. In the hostel I met a bunch of fantastic people and most of us went together to Fushimi Inari Taisha. It's one of the most beautiful shrines I've seen in Japan, it was absolutely worth climbing the mountain even though we never really had a view on Kyoto. On our way down we took a break and had for 80 yen a cooked egg and green tea. Many thanks to Nicolas and Ana for the great travel information of Japan, all your tips were absolutely worth it.
... the spot, but I followed the tradition to tie it to a twig of a tree in the precinct and prayed that it would get better. (Does this mean I believe in God?) Come to think of it, it is possible for me to marry, only if I make an extreme effort....(LOL)
At the foot of Mt. Horaiji, there was a small hot spring resort Yuya Onsen and I tried one of the spas Yuyu Arina, but it was just a common bathhouse without use of original hot water from its source ...
... a national important intangible cultural heritage. The ogres of Hanamatsuri are awed as avatars by locals (but the actors were being teased, when they appeared) and Yamami Ogre in the left picture is one of them. When I was taking a picture of the ogre, a local spectator kindly taught me how to take a good picture of ogres. (What do you think of the picture?) I really appreciate his kindness.
Futto Hanamatsuri ...