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Yunishigawa, fall colors between Tokyo and Yunishigawa   Yunishigawa, view from town, road along river back to ryokan

  Yunishigawa main street
   
Yunishigawa, shop with door flag signifying open   Yunishigawa, bridge over river   Yunishigawa, natural hot springs (onsen) along side of river

   
Yunishigawa, futons   Yunishigawa, house slippers, geta and zori on shelves

  Yunishigawa, bathroom sandals and high-tech toilet
   
Yunishigawa, parasols in ryokan   Yunishigawa, even westerners dress for dinner in kimono

  Yunishigawa, fantastic dinner of many small dishes
   
Yunishigawa, taditional village built in 1985 to commemorate Taira-Minamoto War (1185) from which Heike Clan were fugitives

  Yunishigawa, traditional thatched roof   Yunishigawa, dress of Heike Clan samurai who used the hot springs as a hide-a-way
   
Yunishigawa, traditional village grounds   Yunishigawa, small deer   Yunishigawa, large water hammer, small bamboo water hammers are shishi odoshi (deer scare)

   
Yunishigawa, Buddha   Yunishigawa, torii (gate) to Shinto shrine   Yunishigawa, Shinto shrine
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