Hotel Route Inn Matsue
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... public and private lives. The garden area was beautiful, and extended up the hill into dense forest.
Unfortunately, the Matsue History Museum was closed today, so after crossing the Kitasomon Bridge, which is the gateway to the castle, reconstructed in 1994 as a duplicate of the original wooden bridge from the Edo era, we took ourselves off for a leisurely lunch and an early day to get ready for our trip tomorrow, when we get the bus to Osaka.
... the knees not being what they used to be!
We absolutely loved the house, with its enclosed verandah, screen walls and tatami mats on the floor. We even had our own little garden.
Kento thought Saigura village was over 200 years old, with the major occupation being fishing. Unfortunately, the village has lost many of its occupants, with many of the old houses empty, and it is mainly only old people living there. It is ...
In Matsue the travellers went to a medieval castle (not a reconstruction this time) - another discount for foreigners.
A cold drizzle prevailed through the drive to Adachi Museum of Art. This museum is actually most famous for its gardens (apparently have won best Japanese garden prize every year for veritable ages). Most notably, however, ...
... care of the surroundings (e.g. reforestation) while also making a profit . The travelers walked a couple of miles from the parking lot to the mine shaft, hearing monkeys cawing along the way.
The next day they went to Izumo-Taisha, one of the oldest and most important Shinto shrines.
The problem for Fox was that she never had a keen interest in Japanese history and culture, and while this trip kindled some embers of ...
... one of the biggest in Japan. You need to take your shoes off when exploring the wooden interiors of the castle and the exhibition halls.
We have strolled down the castle grounds, with cherry trees in bloom, walk around the samurai district and various shrines, temples and tea houses. We tried the local Izumo soba (buckwheat noodle) with spring onion, sea weed and some sauce with delicious duck soup and green tea - we have ate it in a ...