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- Smoking rooms available
- High-speed internet in room
- Hot tub
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... during the week, but gets very busy on the weekends. Such a nice nice place where life is pretty laid back. Great place to get acquainted with Japanese village lifestyle. Thoroughly enjoyed our stay here, even if out hotel room was the smallest room so far. No kidding it would be no more than 10 square metres. Still beats a capsule hotel.
Tomorrow we are taking the bus to Nagoya at 12pm. Will take 2.5 hours to get to Nagoya. I have a feeling the wet weather will follow us to Nagoya
Sunday - 29 March
Today it is quite cold. We put on the radio to hear that Mike Baird and the Liberals had won in NSW, not that it was a surprise, but it was funny listening to all the pollies saying how well they had done, and how the others must be disappointed at their polling.
We ambled out to the bus station and paid for an on-off bus trip around Takayama. Not a good day today unfortunately, we got a ...
Heading into town we visit the Sanmachi-juji area where traditional wooden merchant houses are located for which Takayama is famous. We sample some Sake (rice wine), eat Sansai Ryori - dishes of local Hida beef roasted on a magnolia leaf above charcoal brazier with local mountain vegetables, ferns and wild herbs in an old merchant house. When I say eat I mean with difficulty as we did not know what went with what (it was hard to ...
After moving on every couple of days, we decided to enjoy 5 nights in one spot. Takayama was a lovely little town with the river running through it and shrines galore amongst the cedar trees. The town is renowned for its carpentry and its Hida beef. Both are excellent!! The beef is usually cut very thinly so it melts in your mouth. ...
... a local bus up to the folk village which is a collection of traditional houses moved from the surrounding area to form a museum. We couldn't do it justice as the thick snow lying on the paths made it impossible to enter some of the wooden houses. We still learnt about the silkworm cottage industries and the local passion for doll collecting. For lunch we went to a local noodle bar to fortify us for a walk around the ...