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... the upper floors used for industries such as making gunpowder and cultivating silkworms.
The thatched roofs, often with a surface area of around six hundred square metres, are made of susuki grass, which is native to the northern part of the region, and have to be replaced every 25-35 years.
I read it costs some 20 million yen to rethatch an entire roof (the Japanese yen is worth more than the Australian dollar at the moment), so many ...
The next day got up and had another amazing meal in the hotel. Went to pay the bill and it was way more then I thought it was going to be, I made some kind of concern and the took $20 off the bill so in the end I paid $120 for a great night with 2 great meals plus a bath. Off to try and catch the 9.45 train to Nikko I have 15 minutes. If I get it I get it. Started taking photos on the way to the station. Get see the train pulling in and I am at least 5 minutes walk away so I ...
... was going to cost me around $160 for the night, where the boat stopped was a woman who could speak english she gave me a lead. got back to the rail station and made the info desk book the hotel. the hotel turns out to be a huge 9 story place but the bedroom they gave to me was like a traditional ryokan, the room was huge. to me the room had a real 60s aesthetic to it which really appealed, ...
Writing this blog a few days late as I've been either too busy or too tired to write anything. My trip to Nikko was a great little journey and a breath of fresh air from Tokyo (literally). I had planned this trip alone at first but thanks to couchsurfing I ended up meeting 8 new friends who joined me on the trip :)
The day started off with a 2 hour train ride to Nikko itself, from there we transferred to a bus in order to reach ...
Walking all around this town yesterday, about 10km walk in total, with various historical sights mainly about the young samurai's that committed mass suicide here at the time of the civil war (1868). Also quite impressive is the Tsuruga-jo castle, totally destroyed but rebuilt for us to visit.
Also saw my first Japanese albino! And a wild deer, ...