Toyoko Inn Kanazawaeki Higashiguchi
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A quick note on crime and "quality of life" offenses in Japan. I found graffiti in two locations in Tsuruga, and there were two sightings of people blowing their noses in public in Kanazawa (one of them was me, using up my foreigner's exemptions from the rules of civil society). I caught a cold in Tsuruga, which has been slowing me down a bit. …
... quite bent and it has me wondering if it is osteoporosis as they seem to eat very little dairy. Other than milk in coffee, we have had no dairy since we arrived and pretty well no breakfast cereal, bread or meat. It is a very different diet but we are enjoying it. Though no dairy has made no difference to my head cold which is still giving me grief as I now have a chesty cough. Argh so annoying!
... with the heavy lifting. Japan is efficient in many ways, but it also appears to be into job creation, with it sometimes taking up to 4 people just to halt traffic so one vehicle can cross a driveway across a busy footpath. And they love a uniform, regardless of the role, even a parking attendant gets a uniform.
A few general observations before we get to Kanazawa:
1. You rarely see litter bins (or as the Japanese call ...
... on the side walk as there is no bike lane. We first went to the Geisha district. A small street with old wooden houses were Geishas would entertain their guests, playing music and serving tea. And we also strolled through the temple district. After that, we cycled our way to the samurai district and we had lunch at a cooking school. It was really tasty: soup, duck in a sauce, rice, pickled veggies, ... While sitting ...
... was a small garden called Gyokusen'inmaru garden: a beautiful scenery of little trees, running water, stunning bridges. So cute. After that we went to the "garden next door", one of the most beautiful of Japan: Kenrokuen garden. It's been first started in 1603 and it got today's look in 1868. In 1874 it opened for the public and in 1922 it became a national site of scenic beauty. The garden has all the attributes of a perfect ...