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AOMORI, JAPAN SEPTEMBER 30, 2015
Today we are in Aomori which is on the northern coast of Honshu, the main island of Japan. The harbor is beautiful. It is large with several large breakwaters. There is a large beautiful suspension bridge crossing the bay and a large triangle building right on the shoreline which houses up scale shopping.
We took ...
... were a set of Star Wars floats) out for display, along with music, dancing, and food. The area was packed with locals and a few other cruise visitors. The floats were elaborate: they appear to be made of painted paper over metal frames. They apparently will be having a parade of these floats later in the week. It was a fun atmosphere.
Tomorrow we are at sea so I may not have anything to update you ...
... centre of governance for the Tsugaru Feudal Clan for around 260 yearsuntil the abolition of the feudal clan system. This is to be our first stop today. To get to Hirosaki we need to take a train and then a bus. We are fortunate to get to the station in time for a rapid train or express to Hirosaki which means we pay a bit more but we get there quicker. Nothing to see on the train ride, mostly rice paddies and market gardens and apple orchards. At the ...
... t be very hard if it were sandstone, but then the stones would breakdown/dissolve in the water.
It was a great day - beautiful drive, miles of beaches to explore, perfect weather, great pictures to take and a few glass floats to take home!
My only regret is that I never saw a Snow Monkey......well ,except the one on the ...
... by people, the drums and dancing. All of them intonating their ra-ra-ratana.
Impressive constructions with enlightened figures if ancient history. We could not understand all of the meaning, but the festival is known on Japan. There is even a museum with all the history and the constructors of the carts (all in Japanese)