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... Shrine and the Rinnoji Temple. Due to the higher elevation of Nikko, it was the coolest day so far but the warm sun streaming through the giant cedar forest made it very pleasant to negotiate the many many stairs leading up to the stunning shrines and temple complexes. I would thoroughly recommend this area, it is stunningly beautiful and a standout attraction in Japan. We were pleased we started out early as by the time we were leaving busloads of tour groups ...
... about the order in which to eat the dishes but got by okay. It was an impressive array including hot pot and noodle dishes, lots of little bite size morsels whose origins we were unsure of, tofu skin (yuk) and lots of O-Cha (green tea).
Then onto the old Nikko Tamozawa Imperial Villa. Traditional construction of wood and rice paper walls. The current emperor lived there as a child when he was evacuated from Tokyo ...
... falls. Our guide recommended climbing the 250 steps to the top of the falls and Lake Yunoko. Even though Will was full of pent up energy, he was daunted by the uneven and leaf-covered steps and asked to be carried. The mountain air was so refreshing that even with the additional load on my back, I longed to spend the entire day hiking. Will sprinted off the second I put him down and we jogged across a bridge and around the southern shores of Lake Yunoko. I longed to explore ...
Today I took a train up to the mountains north of Tokyo to a touristy town called Nikko. The area is a UNESCO World Heritage site. I left a bit too late in the day to see everything I wanted to, but visited a shrine from the 1600's of shogun Tokugawa ...
Today we had a day trip planned outside Tokyo, about 250 km to the north to Nikko. We had booked a seat on the shinkansen and this was to be our first ride. But before we got to the shinkansen on Tokyo station (which left at 8 am) we had to get through the crowd. It was busy in the metro. Not so bad that they had to push people onto the trains but still, it was quite a hinderness course to get from A to B especially if we had to cross ...