Comfort Hotel Sakai
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... been here in 2009 with Shigeki. We had taken a local bus the last time but I guess that would be more difficult with almost 30 people. We had also gate crashed a wedding at the boat ramp at that visit. The bridal couple had arrived by boat and the guests were dressed in their finery. Before we realised it, we were in the front taking photos. We tried to move back but the guests told us to stay, which was very nice of them.
... villa converted into a temple. The temple looks gold as there is gold foil on lacquer that covers the upper two levels. For lunch we went to a sushi train. The guide indicated that there would be more than just sushi for those like me that don't like sushi. When you arrive you are taken to a table. Food on small plates goes past the table on a conveyor belt. You pick the plates that you want and take them off the belt. If there is something you want off ...
After a very long flight I arrived in Kyoto this afternoon, three flights and hours in the bus were quite tiring but it is good to be here now. Had a fantastic lunch in an authentic Japanese eatery and the Ken, our Amada guide took us to a huge temple ...
... 300? The man was indicating 3, but seemed to be asking me the question, and only when he accepted my two did he figure I might be paying for the family. Working as their western bodyguard, or something. We made it, and had our 1k backwards, one forwards trip. The other family I'd seen in the park were already on board, which pleased the bit of me that pretends at psychic connections. Frankly, a fair amount of the ride is through ...
... drive to Imari and want to visit a village outside of Imari called Okawachiyama. This is where Imari porcelain was born 400 years ago. A lot of Imari porcelain was exported to Europe from the port of Imari. There are still several working kilns, pottery is still being made here. Here we see the beautiful bridge with Imari porcelain tiles and vases. The public restrooms have their signs made ...