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... enticing taste to what is beyond the turnstile.
Entry is a mere 1300 yen (AUD $13) .. and the park is open till 6pm at night.
The entire park covers an area of approx 22 acres.. that's a lot of watering to do!
Each season has it's own floral wonders..
We have missed the Cherry blossoms.. are too early for the rose gardens BUT boy , oh , boy are we on time for the Wisterias, Azaleas, ...
... at Karuizawa outlet. It was first "Discovered" and promoted as a mountain resort by Western residents of Japan. you can also indulge in some of the many leisure activities available, such as bowling, golf and cycling around town (own expenses). Overnight at Ski ...
... plan was to have a meal at the shopping center.
So we finally depart and held to AEON. Indeed it's a big place, with many restaurants, many shops of everything you need.
Meal time first ! Katsudon ! Really good ... there is a salad with some tofu. Still not fan of tofu, but at least I can eat it more often than before.
Yes, there is a picture of the toilets... I found that too classy. Chairs available in front of the mirror, never seen that at least ...
... on the mountain's roads in the dark is not where I feel more secured. I couldn't drive there by myself even if I had my license.
Later, when we were at home, suddenly all our phones (with internet) started to make huge noise. It was a earthquake alarm, it's the first time I got one on my phone. We felt suddenly a little shake, but nothing huge.
The day after I saw on the net that there was a big one announced for Tokyo and ...
... temples are linked to cemetary, something I didn't see in Tokyo, Kyoto etc... So, you feel that you have to be even more respectful while visiting these places.
First temple was really small, but the "gate" building seemed so old. Others were a bit bigger, but also interesting. One of them was surrounded by barriers, engraved with red texts.
The visit ended and although it was not long, it was really interesting to walk in a ...