The Nakasendo is one of the ancient highways which connected Kyoto with Edo (Tokyo). It stretches over 532 km and was walked on foot to deliver goods and letters in old times. I want to experience what people had to go through and discover Japan on foot – so here I’ll log down my experience day by day!
The last day! I felt amazing this morning when I woke up, and even happier after I moved the curtains to the side and saw that it wasn't raining as promised. When we got ready though, the room started rocking a bit. Earthquake! I didn't feel one in a long time. Switching on the TV showed that it was in Kiso, where we had been a week ago. (Nothing really major though, just daily business.) 最後の一日！起きてから元気いっぱい。そして窓から外みたら雨も降ってなくて、もっと嬉しくなった。 準備中に久々の揺れ。地震だ！テレビをみたら、先週にいた木曽町は震源地に5−は激しい。皆さんは無事だといいね。 From our start point in Seta we [...]