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We woke to a clear sky and found the weather to be much warmer than the previous day. We packed up with me realizing carrying a tea set around for the next 2.5 months may be tricky...Upon arrival to the JR station we discovered our train was delayed 30 minutes so I ventured back into town to grab a couple of coffees and pastries for breaky. Once on the train we enjoyed snowy mountains and jade lakes passing by our windows. We arrived to Kanazawa via the city train ...
... food tonight?" "Do you not like Japanese Food?" "Why didn't you try the Hida Beef Burger?" I think the point of the questions was to show that the burgers were delicious and it didn't mean that a person didn't like Japanese food. I think...after the 100th question I couldn't be to sure. Finally it appeared that the gentleman were satisfied all that was left to do was bite into the burger and comment on it...on camera of course...well with the camera shoved right in your ...
... was feeling crook. So instead we went over to Rapongi Hills and up the Mori tower to the roof at sunset. What a view!! Wish we'd been there a little bit earlier, and had a tripod to take a few more snaps, but happy with the ones I got :) Then to finish the night off, we headed down to Shinjuku to the Robot Restaurant! Truly crazy crazy experience. Hard to explain, so combination of burlesque, Mardi Gras and more LED lighting and animatronics than you could poke a stick at. Great ...
... not much to see so wandered back to that same cafe as yesterday's breaky for a coffee and a defrost. Them popped next door for a tofu burger for lunch. This was our last morning in Takayama, and now heading back to Tokyo on the train via Nagoya. Have really enjoyed it here. Probably the most tourist friendly with all the signage and English menus etc, but somehow also the least touristy, with almost no shity tourist shops or ...
... on the different areas they were from, had different roves depending on the snow fall, different materials depending on what was available. Some had thatched, others had wooden shingles. All of them had open fires inside them, which seemed a bit risky as they were all timber buildings! Parts of the park were closed as there had been bear sightings in the last couple of ...
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