Toyoko Inn Kanazawa Kenrokuen Korinbo
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... waterfalls and the river below. Can hardly wait for tomorrow.
There is a whole accommodation complex at Kamikochi. As it was getting a little dark, we couldn't see as well. Luckily, we brought the overnight bag as it would have been impossible to drag our main luggage to the ryokan. All the hotels appear to be along a strip by the river. We finally managed to find the ryokan. If it was left to us, we would still be wandering ...
... Nomura family, very interesting with significant historical and traditional value. Back on the bus and we arrive at our next stop a small hand pottery making factory, the 5th generation son who has been creating the pots shows us around. The work is beautiful, I'd like to buy some but afraid I'd break it on the way home so decide against it. Back to the ship and our final night onboard and back home, hmmm. The Japanese again put on a show before the we leave ...
... probably built to reflect the shape of the garden. The odd thing though, was that the building itself was the attraction and there wasn't much art in it. The coffee shop was stark white and also an attraction in itself, with glass walls facing out to the garden. Clare and I sat down there for awhile while Damien looked at some other rooms in the museum and I enjoyed an Assam tea while Clare had a parfait and iced tea.
Aside from the garden, one of the ...
The traditional homes are built of paper and wood. There is little permanent furniture so that one room can serve many purposes. Today’s homes often have both western style furnished rooms and traditional Japanese rooms.
We visited the gardens, which were beautiful, then ventured to the Geisha district. Many of the buildings are now private homes and shops as well as some ...
... think it was pretty cool. We pass an industrial area that’s home to Toyota and many other car manufacturers and large machinery companies. Japan doesn’t seem to have embraced the fast food phenomenon, like other countries have, but we’ve seen some McDonald’s, KFC and most surprisingly, Denny’s!
Late in the afternoon we arrive in Kanazawa, which at one time in history was a prosperous castle town and the ...