Hotel Lexton Kagoshima
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... whether they make some kind of dish out of the Moray eel. The waiter said no, he is my friend! An hour or so later, we were thoroughly stuffed with some of the best sushi/sashimi we've had on the trip. It was truly impressive!
While we were having dinner, two gentlemen joined us at the sushi bar. I don't think we had started a conversation but soon after we had both commented how great the food was and how full we were, we were offered the restaurant specialty of ...
... enough was Real Madrid.
Speaking of sports, Brian did get to kite on Hamada beach. The wind was marginal but three or four windsurfers were out there with him. Luckily he was able to kite. Unfortunately, as soon as we got to my family's house, he began suffering from a cold. That would certainly not stop him from kiting and so he did. He was very happy. After the kiting session, Miki got us some Takoyaki (little dough balls the size of ...
... knick-knacks, and an aquarium a little further round.
As it was getting darker, we headed up to nearby Shiroyama-koen to have a look at some of the statues in the park, which explained some of the history of Kagoshima and the Anglo-Satsuma war. We then worked our way up the hillside to a viewing platform to see the night-time view.
Whilst not as spectacular as the night-time view of Nagasaki, we weren't as high ...
... Stupid fast. Long day of travel, crash back at Aunt Keiko's in Ishkiri only after 2 more train transfers.
Chiran (知覧) is a small town in the middle of the Satsuma Peninsula in Kagoshima Prefecture. Within the town there is a preserved samurai district with houses and gardens that date back about 250 ...
... br> Ibusuki can be accessed by Routes 226 and 269 and the Ibusuki Skyline drive. The city's main railroad station is Ibusuki Station.
Ibusuki is famous for ...