Kikunan Onsen Ubl Hotel
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... our decision to book all our train legs before we left Tokyo was the right way to go.
The Shinkasen is the Sakura which reaches a top speed of 300km an hour and it was noticeably faster than the previous bullet trains we had ridden on. You have this urge to fasten your seat belt as it is so much like air travel. Again, there was lots of tunnels, but we got good glimpses of the verdant green hilly countryside, the rice and vegetable ...
We decided to take today as a recovery day so we slept in a little and went for a leisurely breakfast before heading out from our hotel. We were able to walk to all of our destinations today. Our first stop was the Hakata Machiya Folk Museum. This museum introduces the daily life and culture of Fukuoka City during the Meiji and Taisho periods. Craft products and souvenirs such as Hakata Ori (folk woven textile) and Hakata dolls were on sale. Our next stop ...
... we hopped onto a bus that took us to the starting point of our boat ride along the network of canals that flow through the city. It was a beautiful sunny day - perfect! There were about a dozen of us that filled the river boat called "donko bune" and we set off on a quiet peaceful journey along a very picturesque route. The boat was propelled by a man in traditional dress using a long bamboo pole. Our "driver" kept up a steady dialogue in ...
... Mt Aso is active and was currently smoking so they had got a no go zone for a kilometre around the volcano which was a shame. There is a chairlift which takes you right to the crater rim but this was obviously closed. Everywhere was so green with hills and craters everywhere. We climbed up a lot of steps to reach the top of one old crater. From here we had a great view of the smoking volcano. We then walked around the ...
... When you arrive, the beds are packed away and they prepare them for you later. There was a low table and we had green tea, a teapot and a hot water container. Through some doors was a seating area, a bit like a conservatory. Then there was an outdoor balcony with more seating looking out into the forest. It was amazing. There were the traditional yukata robes and a little jacket that you wear when staying so we quickly changed. The ryokan had 6 private onsen for guests ...