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... hibachi. The meat was really nice and the cooking fun.
After lunch we walked around some more and I purchased my first major souvenir - a set of very good quality chopsticks. The store even engraved my name on them in Kanji.
I ended my day in Takayama with a green tea ice cream. It wasn't bad but I wouldn't rush out to buy another one.
Tomorrow will be another morning spent on trains as we head off to ...
... had it on there menu for 75,000 yen (est $80.00) for 200 grams. Surprisingly we didn't have it.
We did have a lovely meal at the hotel, unfortunately I couldn't take any photos as they were not allowed.
Tonight we are having an early night as we have a busy day planned for tomorrow. I'm also going to try and take some sunrise photos so extra early start for me.
Finally found the laundromat last night. Fully automated and paid for by purchasing a card for ¥2000. You don't need to load powder and a full load to wash and dry in the one machine takes 55 minutes, got to get one. Early morning to the smaller market near the old government building. Bought a few huge apples and some apple sauce for toast. Car news is that you can buy a micro car here called a 'Nude' and Dihatsu make a micro sports car sort of like ...
... here sells.....bicycles. Chevrolet here sells....bicycles and Jeep here sells....the occasional car and.....bicycles. Bus to Hida Takayama Museum of Art (private museum of Art Deco glass and furniture). Cafe first then wander around to se a Lalique collection including a 3 metre glass fountain from the 1926 opening of the Champs-Élysées shopping arcade as well as many Tiffany lamps, McIntosh furniture, untold glass treasures, simply stunning. My chances of being ...
... 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 ...
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3447-114 Okuzumi, Meiho, Gujo | Pensionfrom $116