Travel Blogs from Ueda
... cup of sake...or six times if the sake is strong..
After we managed to get down all of those stairs in one piece (which was the hardest part) we went back to the bikes so we could head off to the craft fair. We saw glass stuff, breakable stuff, animal stuff, tea stuff, decoration stuff, and mum even bought a polar bear that she thought was really cute. We saw people doing metalwork which I thought was awesome. We saw people dressed up with ...
... The ryokan that we're staying at has pickup from the station, which is fantastic as it's a good 30min walk from the city - not fun with three large bags and kids that are at each other..we may not have got there in one piece if we walked..
We're staying in a traditional japanese room, which has little japanese gardens outside the windows, and a traditional japanese bath, tea ceremonies etc.. We dropped off our bags, and used their bikes to ride into the city. We had ...
... be more people employed doing safety than actually building or constructing. At one lot of street repairs there were over 10 people ( 4 on one intersection), all with flags, guiding the people around the work site. Very much overkill.
Also I noted in a park that not only were people employed to do the work ( questionable work at best) but just as many were employed to supervise them. The work? Taking the ...
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... in a big way. They have no central heat in this farmhouse, so it was quite cold. This area gets a lot of snow in the winter.
It was about and 1.5 hour ride to the World Heritage Site. The ride was beautiful though as we started up into the Japanese Alps. This small village of Shirakawa-go is noted for its wooden houses with very thick thatched roofs. They are called Zasso-Sikuri houses. The family lived ...