Zentsuuji Grand Hotel
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... to having children so her English is pretty good –
improving the more time we spend together now that she has the opportunity to
We stayed one night with Maiko and family and then headed
back to Takamatsu. We felt it was a bit much having two extra bodies in the
small apartment. As it was, all 5 of them sleep in one room. Maiko had cleared
a little area for us to sleep on very thin futons on ...
... we bought last night and topped off the toast - we knew it would come in handy!
We are speeding along on the super express Shinkansen to Okayama and just passing through Osaka which is huge, spread out to the hills in the distance. We change trains at Okayama going to Chayamachi, then a local train to Uno and ...
... our hotel. Now this is not your run of the mill hotel, mind you: this is a museum of modern art that also has some rooms. We have a room in the beach house, this is a seperate building from the museum, at the beach, with a view over the beach and onto the landmark of the museum: the yellow pumpkin with black polka dots. It's just perfect, the room is huge and luxurious, the view is perfect, the sound of the waves in the background is very relaxing ...
... via a Shinkansen or bullet train. Now they are fun, impressive and efficient. Kurashiki is known as a canal town. Unfortunately there is only one remaining today. The town used the canals to power the cotton mills. We stayed at the Ivy Square Hotel which used to be a mill. The baths are where the water wheel used to be. We love the fact that they kept the inner square ...
... and ladies in heels practically skipping up the steps, we pushed on and made it to the main shrine area - Gohonsha (Gohon Hall)
This temple, known as the mariner's shrine was dedicated to seafaring, and had a shrine separate from the main section of the temple - Ema-do - filled with photos and paintings of ships that people had been praying for. We had a little look for the Chikyu – the Japanese vessel that Nat's dad works on - but ...