Tatebayashi Plaza Hotel
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Ok, average business hotel then.
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Today we travelled to Kawaguchiko, which is near the bottom of Mt Fuji. We went on a non-bullet train which was pretty good, even if it didn't go 300km an hour. We got to Kawaguchiko around lunch time and couldn't check in to the Ryokan until 3 so we had some lunch at a random restaurant near the station. It seemed that their specialty, and pretty much the only thing on the menu, was a vegetarian hot pot with noodles, so we had ...
We took the subway over to the Dojo and I got to watch a training session in progress. Now if anyone messes with me I can just yell, "Watch out before I unleash what I learned from the marital arts masters of Japan!" That should work.
My first shrine exploration included an awesome little Japanese garden and some prayer. The ritual is great - ...
... background ...
(sorry I sound a bit too much Spaceballs, no ? The Spacballs cereals, Spaceballs t-shirt...).
Of course, you can find gashapon boxes a bit everywhere in Japan.
Kimono shop, another with so cute decoration around matsuri theme, the famous big candy shop I already discovered in Osaka.
And I finally saw the sign saying that the purikura area is forbidden for men, at least when they are alone. Yes, Japan is careful with perverts and ...
... peaceful, although a bit cold.
I made again some shots overthere.
The good point is that, when you visit some parks during the evening, they add nice soft lights to show the trees.
At a moment the path in the mountain was blocked, we couldn't access all areas. It was dark, not lighted, better to not get lost or fall overthere. So we decided to go back and reach the car.
On the way to go back, it was a bit ...
... all around the station. I saw on the map there is a high school there. No need to be surprised that I felt watched haha.
Catching the train going back to Takasaki, and waiting a bit at the station to see if someone is passing or if I return by foot. In any cases it's dark, so I can take time to hang out in the station full of shops. It has been many days that the bakkery was calling me, so I finally went there to get a cream pan with ...