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... onsen was calling me. I had loved them last time in Japan. I went in the indoor one first... nothing like a soak in mid forties water to sooth & relax. Then I went into the outdoor onsen. The cool wind above and piping hot water was so invigorating! I even sat outside the water to cool down a little (in 9 degrees in the nude). Very refreshing! So now it's time for bed - on our futon mattresses on tatami mat floors. Hope mums snoring doesn't keep me ...
... to its current site in 1180 by Minamoto Yoritomo, the founder and first shogun of the Kamakura government.
The shrine is dedicated to Hachiman, the patron god of the Minamoto family and of the samurai in general. The deified spirits of the ancient Emperor Ojin is enshrined at Tsurugaoka Hachimangu Shrine. And ...
... On top of that, there was ice cream waiting for us for dessert. Nobody seemed to care that it was quite cool outside and just about everyone enjoyed cookie crumble ice cream to top off a wonderful dinner.
It was a long day and tomorrow looks to be possibly be another long day again. We will check out a few last sites around Tokyo before relocating to Osaka via the Shinkansen or bullet train! Check back tomorrow to find out what happens on Day 3.
Its the tallest peak and what a beautiful peak it is covered in snow. Definitely worth a visit for a few days.
I got the bus from Shinjuku and it took two hours and its easy enough. I suggest getting off at the kawaguchiko station which is central to buses and trains. Theres not much point in getting off at the highlands unless you intend to make the 6 ...
Last Friday, as a birthday gift to myself, I took a day off to visit the Izu Peninsula for three days. Actually, this was the first time since my start here in January that I took one of my precious days of leave. It turned out to become a weekend of many more 'firsts'.
It started with my first long-distance train ride in Japan. No shinkansen (yet); this was a scenic ride along the coast line. I heard all the stories about ...