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... the line and then back to Hakata. We opted to be in the “cultural” group, having been to three train museums as well as the special exhibition at the Edo Tokyo Museum in Tokyo.
We left on the Midori 3 at 8.34am and arrived at Arita at 9.55am, Arita was about 115Km away. We took a couple of taxis to the middle of the pottery street. We had only an hour there and it wasn’t really long ...
... 8217;s 6th largest city with a population of about 1.5 million people. It is ranked high in the list of the world’s most livable cities. The city is very clean, with designated smoking areas limited. Violation of the smoking rules results in a very heavy fine and tourists are not exempt for this! Many bicycles abound but no one wears a helmet.
Cultural events and sporting events find the area welcoming. The young people can ...
... unsuccessful search for a watch band on the sixth floor, Barbara took the elevator to the first floor while I opted for the escalator and ended up in the basement, which was full service grocery and food court!! After “finding” each other, we decided to have lunch – so many choices. We settled on the “Curry Nile Café”. Actually it was a small lunch counter in a corner of the food court. I will include a picture. What ...
... was fading but we were lucky to be able to see a ceremony of poetry writing. We caught the tail end of it, with the dancing girls in a kimono. After that, we rushed off the try to catch the sunset at the shrine.
To return, we had to do it all in reverse. However, this time, there weren't enough taxis. By the time we reached the station,the other had been waiting for a little while. It was quite late so we went to the basement level for dinner.
... rooms showing shorts about weapons of mass destruction and the testing of these weapons to give our brains a break and our legs a workout instead. We boarded the street car once again and headed for Mount Inasi, said to have one of the top three night views in all of Japan. I don’t know who the authority on these "top three views of Japan" is but as we were in Nagasaki it seemed worthwhile.
We walked from the nearest train station to the Mount ...
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