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... arch. The large pond garden, western gate and dry landscape garden nearby have been restored sol they now look much as they did in the 1800s. We spent a little time there taking in the serenity, buildings, small waterfall and statues.
We walked down Yamaguchi Perfecture Route 204, which looked to be the main road through the city. There seem to be very many footbaths in the Yamaguchi area, unfortunately, we did not have time to make use of them this trip. ...
... very hilly, through and around small mountains and forest. We traveled through many tunnels on a toll highway to get to our destination. There were warning signs, to be on the lookout for the Racoon-dog, a strange looking creature from the signs, as they apparently like running across the highways. The speed signs were all digital so they could be easily adjusted for the weather or driving conditions. Average speed limit today was 80 kms.
... in English characters for us) with Maho's mom accompanying on the piano. A beautiful wedding cake was presented with Haruna and Robert cutting the cake and feeding each other the first pieces.
The Labo moms prepared an extensive and varied pot luck supper with many, many delicious dishes. One of the more interesting items we tried tonight was raw marinated whale meat, which was quite good.
Yasutoshi, Haruna's father, and ...
... some of the various props – some looks were just too funny and priceless, such as some of the ladies dressed in beautiful traditional kimonos wearing red sponge noses!
The reception was closed by speeches from Robert’s father, George and both of Haruna’s parents. At the conclusion, all the guests line the way for the bride and groom to pass through to exit the hall.
After the reception, some people ...
Today is mostly a travel day.
We are heading from Osaka to Yamaguchi for Haruna and Robert's wedding tomorrow.
We left our hotel in south Osaka on the subway, to Nishi-Umeda, station. We left one suitcase in a coin locker, as the contents are all coming back to Canada and we could lose one of our 4 pieces of checked luggage. Much easier to move with just one large suitcase plus a smaller one perched ...