Chisun Inn Suwa Inter
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The ryokan was nice and the futons were comfortable. The pillows were typically Japanese, filled with what felt like beads. It wasn't hard and at least moulded to the shape of your head like a memory pillow.
We had a Japanese breakfast with Joseph distributing his fish to the rest of us. There was rice, pickles, salad, omelette and sausages and a vegetable soup. It doesn't sound terribly Japanese but apparently, it is.
We were ...
... I had bought yesterday in the wrong size for the new 60mm Olympus macro lens.
After that, we went to the other side of Kawasaki that we rarely venture into, to the Tokyu Hands Department store. It is much smaller than the one in Shinjuku. Joseph managed to buy a bottle of eau de cologne as he had forgotten to bring his from home. And not before time too. He was starting to pong a little.
We had to buy lunch at ...
... and thankfully they were long enough for me to lie down properly. Kyoto is beautiful - we had a lovely hot, sunny day yesterday exploring bamboo groves and temples. Attached are some photos from today- we had a trip to a little place called Nara, which is home to a gigantic bronze Buddha which was created in the 700s and is housed in a massive wooden temple. It ...
... Custard Taiyaki (Fish shaped pan cake with filling)
· Sushi train
o Ebi (Shrimp)
o Salt water Eel
o Marbled Tuna
o Tempura Corn
o Tamago (Omelette)
o Chicken ...
... quickly before checking in to our hostel. We would then use the second day to take a day trip somewhere nearby.
Before I go on to Matsumoto, I'd like to share some information about the rail network. Shinkansens are Japan’s answer to medium to long distance transport, with lines currently stretching over 2,500 km covering all major cities. With a top speed of 320 km/h, Shinkansens make for quick travel across the country. For those who have been ...