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By now we have covered a lot of ground, so we take a rest under a cherry tree and Shauna basks in the beautiful sunshine.
Next its a bit of window shopping around the main part of town before heading back to the hotel and grab some tea.
Not the best of days. Starts out ok but doesnt take long for the rain to arrive and the wind is blowing quite strong. We do manage to visit the old town and take in the history of the area before ...
After barely escaping death by monkey mauling, we hopped the brand new (as of March 14) shinkansen to Kanazawa. We didn’t realize how big of deal this was. The city of Kanazawa was so proud to have a shinkansen line — posters plastered everywhere and goods of all sorts for sale. (Shinkansen trains are so advanced that they require separate tracks, different from regular train tracks, so the infrastructural work required is immense in scope.) Aiko told us that we were doing ...
... was fun. Two pieces stood out for us: Anish Kapoor's L'Origine du monde and Leandro Erlich's Swimming Pool.Back on the bus to the Geisha quarter,more old houses but the Gold Store had a gold leaf plaster walled room that shone in the afternoon sun of course and then across town to the Samurai quarter where apart from more old houses an original samurai house and garden entranced us. But the best was to ...
... until we arrive at a new bullet train line for the final 20 minutes to Kanazawa. Our hotel is right by the brand new futuristic railway and shopping complex opened 5 days ago. For lunch we go to a sushi train restaurant in the station appropriately ( £8 a head ) and after we walk to have a look at the vast covered market that specialises in shellfish as we are ...
... 3 PM. For the first time we chose a hotel at a distance from the train station as we wanted to be close to the Hiroshima Peace Park. We indulged in a cab. There was a long line of pristinely dressed taxi drivers waiting outside the station. Of note all seemed to be as least 75. Ryan thinks it is their wives sending them out to get a job after they retire. I wonder if it is the safest population to be driving people around? We arrived ...