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Friday, 4. September
To get from Hiroshima to Takayama, our next destination, it took us the longest jurney by train in Japan, almost 6 hours. We had to change the train twice and the last train was a panorama train with huge windows. Takayama is something like a small village in relation to the big cities of Japan, althought it has more than 90'000 citizens. We noticed it already when we went off the train – for the first time there were ...
I met Koji, whilst having dinner in a restaurant. We decided to do a road trip to Kamikochi and the sightseeing spots around the highlands.
Had an amazing day,the weather was playing along and travelling in a car for a change felt just like heaven :)
We finished the day off, by soaking in an outdoor hot spring. What more can you want!?! :)
Spend around 4 nights in Matsumotta, used it as a base to do the Magome- Tsumago Trail, Kamikochi and the Wasabi farm
The hostel I stayed in, had a great escape plan, one route was the front door, the other through a window, unfortunately someone would need to cut back all the trees+ plans in order to have a quick escape :)
Also loved the advise for earthquakes: hid under the ...
The 2:30 hrs train ride from Nagoya to Takayama was very scenic. I really got a bit homesick on this train ride. Takayama is a small town close to the Japanes mountains also called Japanese Alps. The town has a beautiful old town and many lovely temples (with awesome picture opportunities). I did two day trips, one on top of a mountain with a cable car and another one ...
... small lake, and on days with a bright sky, you can see its reflection bouncing up proudly from the waters. There is a small park surrounding the area which is filled (of course) with cherry blossom trees and old Japanese men on their daily stroll. We stayed nearby the castle for a long while and sat on a nearby bench to admire it. After so many weeks in Japan, we weren't expecting to be so excited by another man-made treasure, but the Matsumoto Castle ...