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We were all unsure as to what to expect from Takayama as we didn't do much research about the area. We knew it was a popular high country destination and there are a lot of nearby towns you could go and visit.
We had a comfortable start to the day as the checkout was 10am and the we were taking the 11.30am bus from Shinjuku Bust Station to …
... not far from our ryokan. There is also a jazz bar close by as well, so we figure we’ll get the wash on, listen to a little jazz and dash out to change the clothes into the dryer. The machines at the laundromat are both washer and dryers and the cycle lasts 2 hours – perfect. We’ll be back in 2 hours.
The jazz bar is possibly one of the smallest bars we’ve ever been into and most space is taken up with, literally, hundreds of ...
We wanted to experience something other than huge cities which Japan does so well. So we made our way to the Japanese Alps, about two hours north of Nagoya by train. Almost as soon as we'd set off we could see the landscape changing from concrete blocks to smaller more elegant buildings, pine forests and a winding alpine river that the train track followed. It was getting more and more beautiful but in a different way to the city skylines we'd got used ...