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... Riga Royal Hotel to have the bell lady sweep our luggage up and after checking in she escorted us to our room. When we offered her a tipped to vehemently refused. Tipping is not the norm is Japan, in fact many in the service industry are trained to refuse tips. Our room was on the 21st floor and caught us by surprise when we entered as it had a huge window with views of the Hiroshima Castle, vibrant yellow, green and red trees ...
... moss and several of the trees still boasted lush green leaves. In fact there were even a couple of bushes blooming with flowers. The gardens were very tranquil with jade ponds and burbling brooks cascading throughout. We snapped some pics by the Funsui Fountain, the oldest fountain in Japan, which operates by natural pressure. We trekked towards the Shiguretei Tea House in hopes of samplings several types of Japanese tea as well as warming our cold little ...
... a break there.
Those tourist attractions are in Fukui City and another tourist attraction Eiheiji Temple was close to them, but it was in Eiheiji Town. The temple is famous for their hard zen practice and I expected to see some monks practicing hard, but all I saw in the temple were cleaning monks. Of course, cleaning must be an integral part of their practice, but it was not so interesting to me. Anyway, the temple was huge and ...
... in the mountainside. Both of us had been to the village. Especially, that would be the fourth time for my mom to visit the village. However, because the village was located at the starting point of the Hakusan Super Rindo Forest Road and it seemed that the village was worth visiting repeatedly, we decided to stop at the village for a short time.
We took the Shirakawa Highway from Shokawa to Shirakwa-go. Unexpectedly, we found a beautiful lake on ...
... Tea Ceremony, and i was the only one in our group to dress in a kimono. I wanted to experience more, and be more immersed in the culture.
Oh! And the toilets! Squatting over the toilets was a blast of course, but the weirdest part was the washroom at a restaurant (?). I had to walk into the men's washroom, past men peeing in urinals, to get to the women's washroom. Now how bizarre is that?
And i was one of the ...