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... people in his area should have access to European art and funded all the acquisitions which are stored in a building that would be at home in Paris or Rome. It was quite enjoyable and relaxing with a beautifully designed modern annex to the main gallery.
Dinner was sushi and these beautiful rice balls full of vegetables, a French Pinot Noir and divine creme caramel. I just do not understand how the majority of Japanese are thin, they love ...
... flatter land is densely populated. The cities look very ordinary from the train with mostly 60's style stalag apartment blocks that appeared in the economic boom after World War 2. Some cities were obliterated by American bombing so lost their historical buildings and of course many civilians also died.
Mind you the development seems to be creeping up the hills, and big high rises sitting on hills on the ...
... Had our last Japanese dinner then back to
the room to pack. It’s been another great day.
Thanks for going on this journey with us by taking the time
to read about our adventures in Japan. It has more than exceeded our
expectations and a trip that we would highly recommend putting on your ‘bucket
lists’. We’ll say good-bye for now.
Until our next adventure,
Brad and Heather
... we were safely ensconced in our room at Benesse House on Naoshima. It is a beautiful spot and our room looks out over the Seto Sea. For dinner we ordered the bento boxes (containing traditional Japanese food). It is very quiet here, the beds look very comfortable, and our room is just wonderful. A good nights sleep is on the cards before exploring some of the art museums tomorrow.
It was somewhat out of necessity that we were staying in Okayama for the weekend. We'd looked at various places to stay, and found that almost everywhere was booked up. We learnt this was because the weekend was another Japanese holiday. Okayama did at least have available hotel rooms, though they were expensive. We arrived on the bullet train from Hiroshima, and walked the 400 metres or so to the hotel. The hotel was nice, and it was the first time ...