Yumoto Chobokaku Yuimakura
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... it was a very nice meal, simple but delicious.
They took some pictures of me with Oze park in the background and i set of for the second part of my hike. This was going to be the longest and toughest one. almost 15km over snowy, mountainous terrain. The first part was relatively easy but steadily going up, through forrested terrain. There was definitely more snow in these higher parts of the park and sometimes the walkway was impossible to see. Thankfully the ...
... how i liked Japan (absolutely love it!!!). The busride took about 45 minutes and then there was a transfer to a smaller local bus which took me up to the pass. There was only one other passenger on the bus heading the same way as me. Unfortunately i can't remember his name anymore but he was 17 years old and he went to Oze park by himself as part of a school project.
As i got out of the bus and was about to enter the park he ...
... is pressed down and then wooden stick are pounded on top of the thatch. Then a rope made out of rice grass is threaded from the inside out and tied onto the beams inside. When finished the roof is about 1 foot thick and is very beautiful.
We walked across a suspension bridge to get into the village and then walked through the village. There was a steady gentle rain falling the whole time. Because of ...
Early shinkansen to Nagano. Quite warm. Renovating so wander around construction site to local train to Yudanaka.
Local train "Snow Monkey Express" climbed up steady slope to many snow banked buildings, eventually snow-covered fields.
Yudanaka is grey and unimpressive at the station. We decide to take a taxi to hotel.
Arrive at hotel at about 1:30 so chose to walk up to Snow Monkeys. We were told we could check in before 4, or after 4:30.
Wonderful walk up to ...
... One of the highlights was that it contained an inner chamber which we had to walk down to via a narrow staircase, which lead to a completely pitch black corridor. You had to use your right hand to feel along the wall and find your way. Near the end you touch a metal key hanging on the wall to give you enlightment. When we left we definitely felt something although we weren't sure what it was!
We had a quick lunch and headed back to the station bound for ...