Hotel Wing International Kumamoto Yatsushiro
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... on the street, but they have these little on-street fenced areas where people can smoke (just like being in isolation ward). They may have non smoking areas in restaurants but the smoking section can be right next to you. You book a non smoking room, but some still smell of smoke, possibly ingrained in furnishings before changes were made. Not enjoyable for sensitive non-smoking noses.
... Hakata Traditional Craft and Design Museum. There were many Hakata dolls here and the shop owner showed us many samples and told us about their history and some details about their production. The dolls are very beautiful and the authentic ones that are original in design and hand-painted are very expensive - thousands of dollars. We were directed to a famous shopping street called the Hakata Kawabata Shopping Arcade. It is a 400-meter arcade, the ...
... the sun ( at last!) It was a typical Japanese affair, no shoes inside, your given a bag to carry them in during your visit, it was again very busy but very organised with people guided around pinch points to prevent overcrowding. The actual castle looked great with its white plaster cladding and decoration, all round a wooden frame as most if not all Japanese castles were? It made for a really good visit and the sunshine helped, ...
... was certainly built to last, and the steep walls must have been successful in keeping out warring factions for quite some time.
The castle is 5.3km in circumference; it had 120 water wells, 49 turrets, and 29 castle gates. The stone walls are called Mushagaeshi which means repelling warriors, because of the acute angle of the walls, which rise from a gradual inclining slope in the lower sections, to a nearly vertical face in the upper fifth of the wall, making ...
... people waving these toys out of car windows. As the weather was closing in, we didn't bother getting out of the train at the most of the stations anymore. I did come out once with Des. One of the train staff came out to hold an umbrella over us.
We just tried taking photos out of train windows, with Joseph sleeping most of the way. He had been sleeping so much on the trains that a couple of the guys on the train were ...