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... figure, these wooden figures usually sit outside peoples houses. They are connected to the Dosojin fire festival which is held every year on 15 January, Good health, fortune and a plentiful harvest are prayed for. The festival centers around the shrine, where the 42 year old male villagers sit on top of and the 25 year olds stand guard at the base. (The so called un-lucky ages in Japan) Torch bearing male villages of all ages ...
... the feudal lord of the Liyama Clan, built a second house at Oyu, the origin of the hot springs, and allowed the general public to visit the spa for a hot spring cure. This hotspring, one of thirteen cooperative spas in the village have actually been protected since ancient times by a system known as a spa group called 'yu-nakama'.
I walked into the onsen cold and came out warmed to the core with a ...
... eventuated into nothing but rain.
Kamoshika red run was closed today, it was only last night that we'd boarded down it, there had been a small amount of snow that had fallen on the track from the mountain, so I presumed more snow must have fallen. There are quite a few avalanche fences in this area, sitting at the bottom of gullies and at the edge of some parts of the track
I felt exhilarated at the end of the run!
Rune was ...
... decided we'd head back to the lodge via Skyline, a 3km red run which follows the mountain ridge all way down to the valley, we were protected from the steep slopes on either side by the 2 foot man made walls of snow all way down the run, finishing of on Karasawa a 3km green run, via Kamoshika red run. Skyline was steep in places but because the sun had melted the snow somewhat, it slowed us down and ended up being an amazing journey home ...
... joint but after much renovation its been transformed into a cosy little joint. On walking into the place,the WOW! factor hits you and there are so many places your eyes take you. Stepping down into the centre of the room past the tatami mats is a wood burning stove with gutters along the edge where you place your hot charcoal in, and you cook your skewered food on a little grill plate. Behind the stove is a shrine full of Buddhist statues which fills ...
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