Miyazu Royal Hotel
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... the town and a fairly decent river (with running water! :o ) separating my district from central Fuku.
The town is a good mix between rural and urban, as there are an array of fairly centralised shops and cafes to stay entertained (including a UNIQLO! :o) , and most people are friendly and encouraging when I attempt to speak my very rusty Japanese!
I've been set up with a Japanese mobile phone ...
... brewed on site. Unfortunately, the seagulls beer wasn't as good as the name might suggest. The other one I tried was nowhere near as good as the crab beer either, so I went back to that, just in time to have it with our dinner which we were about to have served to in our room. Our dinner started with the usual array of starters. This time, we began with raw scallops in vinegar, a piece of cooked fish served with a pickled ginger stem and ...
... that somehow looked enticing even in the gloom. For the next two days, our routine would consist almost exclusively of baths in the surrounding onsen and being waited on hand and foot, whilst being served elaborate Japanese feasts served in a traditional style. It was going to be a tough couple of days! After chilling in the room for a bit, we decided to head out for our first taste of the onsen of Kinosaki. Unlike our stay in Kuwaguchiko, ...
... level close to fluency.
- Promote inter-cultural understanding and communication.
- Improve professional and personal opportunities for Japanese people in the globalised world.
- And, most importantly.... Challenge myself!
I think that's all for now. Thanks for reading my first blog entry and stay tuned for further updates :).
... given slippers. Our shoes were whisked away with our own brollies. We checked in then shown to our room. Inside was a table and two chairs on the floor. We were given tea and a biscuit with my favourite... bean curd. About 10 minutes later a women came in and showed us how to wear our Yukata. Which is the traditional dress. You have to wear three layers. The first two are like dressing downs, you fold the left over the right. Then tie the sash ...