Toyoko Inn Asahikawa Station Higashiguchi
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... measuring about 2300 meters. It's a sleepy vulcano which we didn't have to climb all the way, luckily. We drove up the mountain by car, which was a boring adventure in itself because about 4 km before the parking space we ended up in a very slow moving traffic jam. Because of the earlier mentioned short holiday and the fact that this is a popular place, the parking was full and we just had to wait for people to leave, before the next ...
... cheese factory, we went to a vineyard. We were told that we had about 40 minutes or so there. Since Joseph and I are non-drinkers, we were out photographing the nearby woods instead. The wine must not have been very good as they were out pretty fast. Joseph was out in the sticks by that point. Takako said that the bus will pick us up down the road so not to rush back up the hill. I went down to where Joseph was and managed only a few shots before the bus ...
In the morning it was still raining and the clouds hanging low. No point to go on a mountain when you cannot see anything
So we decided to visit the lavender fields and town in Furano closed by. There farms that grow lavender - and for once not rice fields or soy beans - and those are attractions to Japanese tourists. There is a local train line going there which came handy
We ate at ...
... US during the 19th century
Carried on to Asahikawa, where we have had another beer festival at the station. The weather was now definitely turing into rain. This ruined our plan to climb Asahidate an active volcano and we planned for next day another excursion
Thanks to the lady at the tourist information we found an excellent restaurant close by the hotel. Original Japanese food and we enjoyed very much
... well that and the Japanese under 12 team appeared to be here made us opt for some snow shoes and insulated wellies! we stepped outside and trudged across the clearing.....sam determined to get as close to the summit as possible......Lo behold whats this a chairlift....don't mind if we do!!!!!!! at this point we were some 1600+ meters above sea level with approx 1-1.5m of snow on the ground at station 7 and sam was determined! "its less than half ...