Silver Village Sado

981-3 Kubota Hama, Sado, Niigata Prefecture, Chubu, 952-1325, Japan | Hotel
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A travel blog entry by mek1


... similar to that at Lake Pleasant in Arizona. When they dammed the river they had to move too cherry blossom trees that were over 400 years old and whose trunks were 2 feet in diameter. The trees still blossom in their new home and are quite beautiful. They had many pictures of them in the building about the dam.

We then drove for about another hour to our hotel in the 16th century town of Takayama. We ...

Noto Peninsula Biking- Day 3

A travel blog entry by sellers2013-14


... which is based on an ancient recipe. Apparently, ishiri has been made in Japan for over 4,500 years. We had many favorite dishes at lunch, but one of the highlights was the pasta with squid and mountain garlic, as well as a vegetable called Kogomi. This is the first week of the season, and the season is only a month long, so it is a special treat. We enjoyed a fantastic three hour lunch and afternoon event at Flats with Ben and Chikaku, including the Czech ...

Biking from Wajima to Hykurku

A travel blog entry by sellers2013-14


... them. The ocean we see is the Sea of Japan, which is much calmer than the Pacific side, and the fishing is done much closer to the shore. Today, it is as calm as a lake, but apparently, it does get quite windy here at times, and very cold and snowy in the winter.
The demographic changes that Japan is suffering through (and faces much more of in coming years) are very visible here, as we see very few children, or ...

Biking on the Noto Peninsula

A travel blog entry by sellers2013-14


... of true believers of Jodo-Shinsu buddhism.
We had a fantastic lunch at the temple and then were privileged to be invited to take a tour of the treasures of the temple, which included pottery and lacquerware from over 500 years ago. The lacquerware is especially unusual, called Gorukyo, and is more rough and “naturally formed” than the more polished lacquerware that is typical today. We are hopeful of being able ...

Skiing in Japan!

A travel blog entry by antandsash


Despite the mild weather and rain we've managed to ski every day!  We've been skiing in spring a few times before but here the snow conditions are really good...the snow pack is still really thick and apparently they ski until May here. The facilities are not as lush as Europe, the chair lifts are really ...


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