Syunsai No Sho Sakadojo
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... 5% grade, probably similar to Cypress. About 2 km into the climb, I passed by a huge Torii Gate which marks the entrance to a Shinto Shrine. I stopped to check it out. There were two smaller gates that led the way to the small shrine but of more interest was the small Japanese garden. It's the little, unknown gardens that I find more attractive than the big, famous ones attended by thousands of tourists. This one had carefully placed rocks and shrubs, a ...
... is an area of mostly small villages nestled among farms and fruit orchards.
As I didn't get in to IIyama until about 11:30 AM, I didn't have an ambitious ride in mind but opted instead to ride to the Yudanaka area famous for hot springs and also for a nearby snow monkey park. This park has a natural hot spring and these monkeys are famous for bathing in it and keeping warm in the water during winter. It's turned into a bit of a ...
... put them back in the hot pool they were stinging because of the temperature difference. Later that night the family and I went to the fire festival with a Japanese school group which was great because it got us almost to the front. It was great Talia and I got to meet up with the rest of their school and make new friends. I met this guy called Andy who was born in Peru and he was living in Japan and he spoke great English and Japanese so he was like ...
Left our hotel early for trip to Nozawa Onsen. It was a pretty morning as it was snowing in Kyoto. Caught the 9:25am express train ( not the bullet train - that would have taken us the long way but got us there 30 mins earlier at more expense, so we felt that it wasn't worth it. Rode in comfort. Train from Kyoto took 4 and a 1/2 hours to get to Nagano then we had to catch a 1 and a ...
This morning, once again, we woke up to a white snowy wonderland. We had a delicious Japanese breakfast of salmon, rice, miso soup, and a tofu, which filled prepped us for the day of snowboarding ahead. After breakfast, we got on the bus and headed to the slopes. We met up with our instructor for the day and headed off to the same beginner slope as yesterday. After a couple of runs on that slope, our instructor brought us onto ...