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... a rush to secure these seats, which gave us a wonderful view of the scenery between Izumo Taisha and Matsue, and most particularly an uninterrupted view of Lake Shinji, as we entered the city of Matsue. A little kindness that we really appreciated as we had no idea the seats were available.
The Ichibata Railway line stops some distance from the main area of Matsue and we hopped on a bus to the JR Railway station, as this is where the main tourist ...
... Building is 13.5 meters long and weighs 4.5 tons, making it one of the largest in Japan. The purpose of the rope is to divide the space between the sacred area where gods are enshrined and the outside world.
The shrine complex is quite a magnificent area with pine trees lining the path to the shrine. The main hall of Izumo Taisha is 24 meters tall, making it the tallest shrine in Japan. It was built in 1744 and is a national ...
In Matsue the travellers went to a medieval castle (not a reconstruction this time) - another discount for foreigners.
A cold drizzle prevailed through the drive to Adachi Museum of Art. This museum is actually most famous for its gardens (apparently have won best Japanese garden prize every year for veritable ages). Most notably, however, ...
Discounts abound for the student, the retiree, and the local; however, who has ever received a discount for simply being a foreigner? At the Nima Sand Museum and the Iwami Ginzan Silver Mine, Fox and Mouse gloried in such hospitality (while also feeling sorry for the sisters Ito).
The Sand Museum was a bit interesting, but surely more for those with Japanese literacy. Fox really enjoyed the sand bookmark craft at the end.
... jeszcze góruje nad miastem, a w nim samuraja! Aby zwiedzić komnaty zamku musieliśmy zdjąć buty i w kapciuszkach mogliśmy już chodzić po drewnianych podłogach.
Przechadzaliśmy się alejkami wypełnionymi dawnymi domami samurajów oraz świątyniami aż dotarliśmy do complexu drewnianych domków, w którym zatrzymaliśmy się aby spróbować lokalnej kuchni - zupa ...