TripAdvisor Reviews Oyado Jinkuro Takayama
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... market, each piece of fruit perfect. In fact the seller picked up one apple that had a tiny dent in it and said no good for selling and gave it to us for free. Fabric wise today I bought a couple of cute tops, one very Japanese one. The photo of the fabric toys is just for fun. And being the absolute bag lady that I am, I bought yet another small bag to carry a project - I am knitting a small scarf with some Japanese yarn. Will take a picture when I finish ...
... and styles that Kate and I have been collecting. Real people looking just like they do in the 'mooks' - which I am reliably informed by the internet is the proper word for Japanese craft magazines/books - which I love so dearly. The food has been great, as expected! Tonight we had a seafood feast of grilled mackerel, grilled squid, clams , and octopus okinomaki, plus the usual rice, pickles, salad and other sundries. I am in heaven, and it sure does make a ...
... stone has been put in by hand and cemented in place and looks 'natural'. River teaming with carp. Elderly gentlemen are tending the grass at the river edge using weed cutters and no lawnmowers in sight. They sweep back and forth like scything hay, for kilometres. The market sells trinkets, fruit, vegetables and snack foods (vacuum packed salted fish, root vegetables etc.) Peaches are in season and individual perfect peaches which cost ...
... Custard Taiyaki (Fish shaped pan cake with filling)
· Sushi train
o Ebi (Shrimp)
o Salt water Eel
o Marbled Tuna
o Tempura Corn
o Tamago (Omelette)
o Chicken ...
... passage ways I'm hoping to explore. Unfortunately to my dismay it's closed. Luckily enough the rain doesn't start yet so I'm able to explore the adjacent streets full of traditional merchant shops. This area consists of the oldest still occupied properties in Takayama and it appears there has been a lot of effort put forth to preserve this area. Pedestrian only this is where the locals come to stroll and be seen. ...