Chisun Inn Kagoshima
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... interested in Japanese garden landscape, thou the highlights of visiting the residence/garden was sampling all the treats. Pastry stuffed with yellow yam, purple yam, pig themed pastry, all the yum yum treats. Alex and I had our share of sampling before taking a peek of the residence.
Lunch is another highlight, the good thing with group tour is one gets fed quite well. With the rainy day like today, my hope of jumping in the salt water pool ...
... that died ( of course a kamikaze pilot dies) about 12 were of Korean origin.
I guess therefore that Japan achieved its aim. No country in SE Asia is a colony of those countries anymore. Would this have been the situation if there had been no WWII?
And then it was time for my last rail pass ride - to Nagasaki.
I spoke to the weather god and he stopped the rain. Its back to 30+ and high humidity but sunshine. ( I'm keeping my distance from the rice farmers ...
... at the volcano in the bay. The evening was nice. I tried out a Sushi restaurant and spent the meal talking to a friendly old Japanese gentleman in his broken English - far better than my non existent Japanese - while his wife looked on as we drank more beer than was probably good for him. And now I'm back at the hostel about to call it a night but first trying Mitake, which is a brand of Sweet Potato ...
... not allow the letters to be sent, they entrusted them to the woman. After the war, she made them available to the museum. They are now one of the few exhibits in English at the museum. They are tender, loving and heart-breaking.
The exhibits in the fairly extensive museum feature photos of all the dead pilots. Their uniforms, equipment and several real Japanese war planes, including the famous Mitsubishi Zero, are on view. Every facet of their military lives is ...
... the English name has faded to the point where it can barely be seen. Buses are more problematic--there aren't location signs, so you have to depend on hearing announcements (which are surprisingly often pre-recorded in both Japanese and English). The Peace Musuem of Kamikaze Pilots in Chiran is a deeply sad place. It is adjacent to a memorial shrine for the kamikaze pilots. I did not visit the shrine, but I saw many very sad ...
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