Toyoko Inn Kanazawaeki Higashiguchi
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... from around the world, and plenty of locals as well. We spend a few hours here taking in the wonderful gardens.
We have lunch at a traditional japanese restaurant, where we order a bowl of Ramen. Probably the best we have had so far. There is a little cafe along the river walk that is selling soft serve icecream. Nothing special about that till you read the price list. There is one soft serve in a cone that is $10. Turns out the soft serve is covered with 1 sheet of gold leaf. ...
... of Nagano & the snow monkey park.
Walking on clouds back to the hotel, we wandered through the Omi-Cho Market. It’s like the Pike Place Market, but way better. Fish blood in the gutter, crabs still grasping their last, and sea urchin torched as you wait. Above the market, on the second floor, we grabbed a quick lunch/dinner of excellent soba (Andrew) & udon (Natascha) before jumping on the train for Kyoto.
KitKat update: found Azuki (red bean) ...
... original plans and ancient techniques 15 years ago. It was never overrun but seemed to burn down a lot and then be rebuilt. Across the road are the Kenrocken gardens,often described as one of the top 3 in the world. We were fortunate that the plum blossom was just coming out but in 3 weeks time the cherry blossom would be out so no room to move then. After a bowl of noodles for lunch we visited the 21st century ...
... of snow covering the fields ,trees and houses with the mountains shrouded in cloud. We follow a river with yet more hydroelectric dams,the water hurtling towards the sea with all the rain water and snow melt. Suddenly as we exit a tunnel we are down on the coastal plane and no sign of snow. Instead water filled paddies and houses built slightly higher than normal stretch ...
... we were able to find a good viewpoint to look down upon the masses of people from the Starbucks above the crossing. We wanted to explore some of the shops but it was getting late so they were all closing so instead we found a bar and went in to get some food instead. Everywhere was packed but we managed to find a place with a couple of seats by the kitchen before navigating the subway around all the drunken businessmen to get back to our hotel ...