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Aso to Kagoshima, a 235 km journey, the longest and at the same time the last bike ride on mainland Japan.
Leaving Aso early in the morning, as soon the sun gave light, I knew to have a long day ahead of me. Temperature of below zero, the ice rubbed of the seat of my bike was prove to that, I did ride down the hill towards Kumamoto.
Leaving the nice scenery of the mountains behind me, I came across hidden roads in some of ...
... out of the car and onto the platform to wait for my train. The route I have in mind for the day is as follows: Regular train from Kyotanabe to Kyoto (25 km, 30 mins), regular train to Osaka (50 km, 45 mins), regular train to Shin-Osaka (6 km, 3 mins), bullet train to Kagoshimachuo (879 km, 3h 48m), bullet train to Nishimiyakonojo (80 km, 1h 25m), rental car to Kimotsuki (50 km, 1h+).
Total planned for the day: 1090 km in five and a half hours, although the entire trip will ...
... t seem to fancy.
We felt very privileged and were treated very well in the ryokans, I'll miss Japan.
We also enjoyed the 7 samurai home village, with bonsai and the intriguing kanakasi airplane fighters museum with photos of all of them. They looked so young and an old man giving a talk about it, still a lot of interest, after all these decades. No photos allowed.
... as it was so smoky.
This steam train had not been able to run for quite a few years. Owen was not even sure whether it would be going by the time we got to Tsuwano so there was actually a Plan B in place, just in case. There were train spotters as well as the curious, dotted along the route. The contrast could not be greater, going from a modern shinkansen, especially the super luxurious Shimakaze Limited Express train, to ...
... stuff' is cooked in front of you very like teppanyaki both are cooked in front of you on a stainless steel plate howver the latter has a much finer range of dishes.
If you read the link above it doesn't mention the cabbage but it was part of our dish together with pancakes and other bits.
On the way we spent time on a steam train from Yamaguchi ...