Nikko Park Lodge Tobu Ekimae
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... over a scroll that tells about the "craft". One man comes in his house on a stormy night and two others sneak in and try to steal his scroll. Then of course an epic ninja butt whoopin' occurs. The show was only about 15 minutes long, but it was a great demonstration of their skills. Daniel was a little scared of the dark and lightening at the beginning and was trying to get behind Raelyn, while also squeezing my hand. (He hates ...
... area of worship in the tomb. Unfortunately no photos of the this area is allowed but the walls are covered with yet more dragons.
On my train ride back a young couple sits across from me joining the journey at about the half way mark. They sit down, close their eyes and lean their heads forward. Over the last few days pretty much everywhere you look Japanese are ...
Today was spent exploring Nikko. This is a city of approximately 90 000 people but I honestly do not know where they were all hiding as it seemed like a quiet, sleepy village. It very much reminded me of Kimberley, BC as it seemed very similar in nature. We started with a short walk by our guest house toward Kanman-ga-fuchi abyss. There were rows of Buddhas along the river. The river also had a bunch of rapids along it with the water looking ...
The next day was the start of our one and only day in Nikko. So we were up early and ready to make the most of it. However, some of the abandoned-ness of last night still lingered in the early morning. Tom had to search for almost an hour before he could find somewhere to get breakfast – in the end we had to buy some over-priced pastries from a neighbouring hotel.
Breakfast done, we headed off into Nikko. The layout of Nikko is pretty much in a line from ...
... has just left, I stayed in the car, and in answer to the question "do you want to hop out at shinji bridge?" I said yes, assuming that was a good place to be. Next to the world heritage site, as it turned out, so that at least made some sense. There are several temples here, and the names refuse to stick in my head, so having entry and location explained doesn't do me much good. I left to find my own way round. I bought a ticket for Toshogo shrine, though I'll confess to not knowing ...