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... on a little stool with all required soaps and shampoos together with all the other girls - bit like at the hairdressers but naked. Then into the spa pool apparently good for all ailments. So with purchased dinner and beers we head back to our known camping spot but good the road is blocked off so we are now in the carpark with adjacent toilets near a park in Matsumoto - again a toilet and a power point is all that is needed. Day 9. 29 October 2015 A good overnight and on the road ...
... shoe room at the front door. An interesting adventure for sure, and while fun, made us appreciate the luxurious hotels we have had the pleasure of enjoying this trip. Today we took it easy and shopped around downtown Kyoto taking the opportunity to unwind and relax. Tyler and I both purchased some great items to bring home. Tomorrow morning we're hiking to the bamboo forest and then it's back to Tokyo for the rest of the week, but for now we're tucked back into our beds at ...
... br> 11. 24hr Sushi - enough said.
12. Matcha latte :D So delicious. Starbucks here has them but they seem slightly sweeter.
13. Matcha everything.
14. Food from convenience stores - In Australia you just wouldn't buy food from convenience stores, over there the convenience store food is generally awesome.
There were a few things that were slightly annoying..
1. Squat toilets - For a ...
... of the building and went out early. After Tenryu-ji, we walked to the bamboo forest. Every man and his dog was out and about as this weekend was a long weekend.
From the forest, we went back to Arashimaya tram station. We got off at the end of the line at Shijo Omiya Station which was close to Kyoto Station. We were going to go to Gion that night and it was already almost 5pm. We had to decide quickly whether to go back with ...
... of a tea ceremony, the Japanese harp, and flower arranging. The Japanese harp is called a 'Koto' and is a thirteen string instrument that was imported from China about 1300 years ago. These acts were followed by court music, 'Gagaku'. The word 'Gagaku' means elegant music but if you watch the video clip attached you can judge whether or not you would call it 'elegant'. I am not sure this is the adjective I would use. The next act was a comic play ...