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鬼怒川温泉 Kinugawa Onsen (1-1): The hotel room I stayed while I was in Kinugawa Onsen.
This tatami-floored room with shoji screens was very comfortable.
鬼怒川温泉 Kinugawa Onsen (1-2): This small statue called 鬼怒太 (Kinuta) stands tall right in front of Kinugawa Onsen Station. He is 鬼 (oni), which is an ogre, and that's why he looks pissed off.
鬼怒川温泉 Kinugawa Onsen (1-3): The hotel looks tilted as if it's about to fall toward the river.
To tell you the truth, it's just this picture that is tilted. Maybe...
鬼怒川温泉 Kinugawa Onsen (1-4): Dinner time. I had すき焼き (sukiyaki), 刺身 (sashimi),
釜飯 (kama-meshi, rice boiled with a variety of ingredients), 味噌汁 (miso soup), 湯葉 (yuba), and
some other things I can't recall. I loved them all.
鬼怒川温泉 Kinugawa Onsen (1-5): The view from the hotel room was amazing and I loved it, but I couldn't sleep at all because of the sound of the river flowing.
鬼怒川温泉 Kinugawa Onsen (2-1): Taken from the riverside of Kinugawa around 5 p.m.
It was so beautiful that I forgot about the work and bad stuff for 9 seconds.
鬼怒川温泉 Kinugawa Onsen (2-2): This is my favorite picture, taken in the morning from the hotel room.
I want to stay in this hotel again. (This is not the same hotel as the one shown in picture 1-1.)
鬼怒川温泉 Kinugawa Onsen (2-3): My breakfast. It was decicious.
I wish I had a wife who can cook breakfast like this.
日光 Nikko (1): I went to Nikko to visit 東照宮 (Toshogu, or Toushouguu).
Some leaves were starting to turn red, and the tree looked really nice with the shrine behind.
日光 Nikko (2): 三猿 (Sanzaru, or Three Monkeys).
From left to right: 聞かざる (Kikazaru), 言わざる (Iwazaru), 見ざる (Mizaru).
日光 Nikko (3): To get to this place, you have to go up more than 100 steps.
日光 Nikko (4): This is pretty big. He has a bow on his knees and arrows on his back.
日光 Nikko (5): 日光東照宮 (Nikko Toshogu) is one of the World Heritages, and it is very popular among tourists around the world.
日光 Nikko (6): The roofs of those shrines are very elaborated.
If you would like to enjoy the traditional side of Japan, this is a wonderful place. Hope you can come visit Nikko, Japan!
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