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... petitioned and were given permission to build a permanent building.
On our way over, it was clear we'd hit it at the right time as a mob of high-school kids were just leaving.
We've noticed a dramatic reduction in other Western tourists since leaving Nagasaki, and have also noted the difference in response we get from the Japanese locals, particularly the children.
Whilst adults are generally very polite and friendly, ...
... back home.
My stay here was my one and only night at a ryokan in Japan. These are traditional guesthouses which have tatami mat floors (woven mats) and you sleep on futons. Included is food and breakfast which is had kneeling or sitting in a dining room (also tatami mat). In this building sound carries well. You can hear your host running to the kitchen, running back, gently sliding back the door before entering the dining room ...
... and the other is in Korea Town in Tokyo, whatever that suburb is. That was what we were told last year. They might be completely gone now, which is a pity as they had some really quirky stuff. The Daiso shops here have roughly the same stuff that we have at home except that some of the shops are 10 times the size.
Leith and Kay left us to pick David and yet another John from the hotel for dinner. The four of us carried on and went to an Italian restaurant ...
... to the museum itself. John had to ask people along the way for directions.
Joseph was lagging so far behind that I wasn't sure if he would find his way if I didn't stay back a little. There were branch roads - high road or low road. The signage wasn't terrific and at one point, the sign to Brenesse House pointed to up the top of the hill. The man at the junction said to go to the low road but that sign was to another museum. ...
... station (of course) and then walked slowly down to the other end of the park. The map gave the impression that it this might take all
day, but fortunately it was a large scale map and it ony took us a couple of hours. On the rather large lake there was a 30min boat trip, Just two to a boat. It would have been lovely but we just too late to take the last boat of the day.
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