Fukuchiyama Station Hotel
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... covered in fog. Then we got two bikes and went around. It was a very nice way to explore Ine. The water there was very clear, so you could see everything under it. When we went back we saw a monkey crossing the road! :D It was that kind of monkey that you may know from a picture af an onsen (hot spring). In the afternoon we left for Kyoto. Luckily we had found another place to stay last ...
... lots of laughter as I tried to whip the tea out of the poor fragile whisk. Both the whisk and I survived the humiliation. Next try I did better as I served Takimichi his tea!!
A visit to a special display of ceramics in the local museum capped off the afternoon. We made our way home for supper with the family before Mayumi and Mika headed back to Osaka with their families.
Next morning we got up early and had Kayoko's ...
... the mum had probably used the spa the whole time she was pregnant and the baby got used to it. The daughter's job was to run between the hot and cold spa to get a washer to wipe her baby sibling's face. There were many old, wrinkly Japanese women too, with skin sagging over boney hips and ribs. Cameron's experience over in the male section each night had also been progressing. This third night, he actually fell off his plastic stool. But, true ...
... returned we both went out onto the roof for the view, and soon saw a pair of hawks, and as we headed to the attached roof, we saw that there were at least a DOZEN or so hawks in the mid-afternoon sky. It was amazing to see them in the middle of such an urban area. We also found that there was a pet store and grooming salon on the roof...(a theme the would recur later in the trip). Finally, after a few requisite ...
... society, derided and often physically abused by their neighbours. If they opposed the war, they opposed the Emperor, and the Emperor was the God of Japan, so they were seen as traitors of the worst kind. Men as young as 15 were taught to be kamakase pilots, if they refused, their families and loved ones would be taunted and bullied, possibly hurt, as well as the individual themselves likely ending up in jail and beaten. Back to ...
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