Takayama Kanko Hotel
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... hibachi. The meat was really nice and the cooking fun.
After lunch we walked around some more and I purchased my first major souvenir - a set of very good quality chopsticks. The store even engraved my name on them in Kanji.
I ended my day in Takayama with a green tea ice cream. It wasn't bad but I wouldn't rush out to buy another one.
Tomorrow will be another morning spent on trains as we head off to ...
Today we said goodbye to Hakone and headed off to Takayama.
We caught a bus to Odawara train station and then boarded a Shinkansen (bullet train) to Nagoya. Top speed of the train was 275kph. Im really impressed with how smooth the ride was. As the weather was fine we got another chance to see Mt Fuji as the train zoomed by.
At Nagoya we changed trains to the Hida ...
... looking at the forecourt sculptures. Jazz is the Muzak played in most places and Kanazawa has a jazz festival on. I have a suspicion jazz is popular in this country. Cyclists everywhere, all on footpaths and all with no helmets varying degrees of skill. Did I mention Panasonic makes bicycles?...and no, they are not electric. Food & Fabric Have a look at what you can chose for a Japanese breakfast, and the very cute bento style tray that you use. ...
... off, dress, job done. Plenty of hikers taking advantage of the chance to clean up. Burnsie will be pleased to know all hikers have high tech walking sticks. Bus back to Takayama seeing my first gaggle of Shinto priests at a roadside shrine. All tile roofs have a set of tiles running horizontally 1/3 the way up from the eves which have loops on them running laterally. I wonder what these are for? Breaking snow up? I'll have to look it up. Bridgestone here ...
... stone has been put in by hand and cemented in place and looks 'natural'. River teaming with carp. Elderly gentlemen are tending the grass at the river edge using weed cutters and no lawnmowers in sight. They sweep back and forth like scything hay, for kilometres. The market sells trinkets, fruit, vegetables and snack foods (vacuum packed salted fish, root vegetables etc.) Peaches are in season and individual perfect peaches which cost ...