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... leaves) and tea. Today I was heading for Kanazawa city and this breakfast lasted me the whole day. Don't, of one second that an English breakfast is a lot…
So Kanazawa city. There are two buses going to Kanazawa for the day. One at seven, and one at nine. As the observant reader might have noticed, dinner started at eight. It was several courses so I had to hurry. I shot into my clothes and was on time for the buss. Japan Rail offers this bus service ...
... but the chef and the waitress did not speak any English and the menu was all in japanese characters, no pictures. I just ordered "what she is having" and a beer. Soon, I was handed a tall drinks glass filled with 1/4 sake and the rest water. I had to fast it according to two gentlemen to the left of me and behind me. You don't have to tell me twice. So, together with my Sakewater and my beer and something "she was not having" I was having a good ...
... running out.
One of THE things we wanted to see in Japan was Mount Fuji, it being such an iconic part of Japan. After much research we discovered that it would take us seven hours to get there from Takayama (via any of the various routes available), but we felt it would be worthwhile. We headed for Hakone, one of the mountains nearby but accessible to Fuji.
After three trains and a bus, we arrived at what we thought was our hotel at about ...
... the car, eating of of the car, practically living out of the car. Public toilets are usually not too bad and as we get up early there is no risk of anybody coming in. So you can wash yourself down and get changed as well :-) Boy isn`t traveling on a budget great!
In the evening we had a walk through town went to a local sake bar managed to order 2 sakes and some sashimi with who knows what fish, only thing we could identify was tuna. The locals ...
My colleagues and I visited Fumigiku Sake Brewery company. As soon as we enter the store, we all noticed the sake fragrance.
On that day, we were not able to see how sake is brewed, but the staff there told us that we are able to see it if we could make a reservation in advance. They even provide sampling of sake for visitors. Visitors can also purchase sake for souvenirs.
The staff of ...
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