Hotel Agora Regency Sakai
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... I loitered around Kuromon Market, a large indoor, food market. This place was clearly not designed for tourists at all, which was more than likely what made it such a popular tourist destination. They get everywhere, those bloody tourists. I then spent the large majority of my day roaming down any street that took my fancy, using subways to vaguely navigate myself towards certain temples. I found Shitenno-ji Temple particularly impressive, with its five-story pagoda ...
... fire at some point and rebuilt, but still way older than the Buddist temple. In front of the inner building are a cherry blossom tree and a citrus tree stand (one on each side of the entrance). The cherry blossom tree means be ready to give your life for a cause (as cherry blossoms fall quickly after displaying their beauty) and the citrus longevity( that cirtus tree is around 1000years old, as old as the family) -- Later I ...
... through the manicured part of the gardens-lovely, though really I thought this would take me to the museum, and I saw a family looking at the map that I figured had done the same. The museum was just a little further along. As strolled to the door I could see I was in good time-it shuts at 5.30, last entry 5, and it was only 3.30. But as I got closer there a Japanese man appeared, miming a steam train at me. I mimed back, ...
... drive to Imari and want to visit a village outside of Imari called Okawachiyama. This is where Imari porcelain was born 400 years ago. A lot of Imari porcelain was exported to Europe from the port of Imari. There are still several working kilns, pottery is still being made here. Here we see the beautiful bridge with Imari porcelain tiles and vases. The public restrooms have their signs made ...
... and then I left with mine and we went to the shopping centre before arriving at their house. It's the most rural place I've been in Japan so far, and I really like it. There are four people in my host family, two sisters, and their parents, as well as the family dog. We went out for tea at a pasta restaurant called Dear, where the food was delicious. We returened home, and I was tired so I went to sleep pretty early. I was nervous ...