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... that we ate whole by the chopstick-full. It took us a few minutes to decide on a restaurant and a few more to gather our courage for a new and slightly intimidating experience but once we were seated and the two helpful waitresses had explained how to order (in English no less) we were ready for anything. The food was delicious and we were stuffed by the end of it but without any other plans for the day this wasn't an issue. On the way ...
... After about 30 minutes of walking the footpath changed into an asphalt road and i went back to the hostel for a nice long, hot soak in the onsen again. I felt really nize and fuzzy and warm all over coming out of the onsen and changed into my yukata again. As i was about to work on my blog a Japanese guy approached me and asked me if he could borrow some of my time. (yes that's what he said) He had made a brochure (in english) for ...
... actual bullettrains that have been in use on the Shinkansen. It was not only possible to view them from the outside but also enter them and view the inner workings of each train. Pretty awesome if you ask me. :-) There were also several simulators in which you could learn how to ride a bullettrain and i was really anxious to try it. But since there are so many people wanting to try and only a few simulators you have to be lucky that your ticket gets picked out of the raffle ...
Ito is a laid back city with lots of onsens. I stayed at the K's House hostel. It's 2900¥ but very nice place to stay and it has a onsen which one can explore. The hostel used to be a hotel and it dates back to 100 years ago. Very old wooden structure. Quite an experience for couple of nights. To get here it took me most of the day. It was two train rides and 5 hours of travel. Relaxed in the bath and have a good night ...
... shower was a bit unexpected. This though turned out to be my first introduction to the traditional Japanese onsen. Here men and women are separated and bathe, naked, in large communal hot springs. A daunting experience, and surprising in a country where modesty appears to be high on the agenda. Not in an onsen! Happily my hotel has mini private onsen which suits nicely after a day at the beach. Out in Itō I ...