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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. ...
... generally known to be the second most poisonous vertebrates after the golden poison frog. Japan's largest fugu catches are made in Yamaguchi Perfecture (province). Historically, Yamaguchi was the first perfecture to lift the ban on eating fugu as well as the first to develop fishing methods for fugu. In the various markets and stores we have visited, the fugu is indeed priced like a delicacy!
Before leaving Shimonoseki, we took a ...
... where we lived, the climate, things we do, and some differences about our countries. For the speech, Mizuki, one of the Labo graduates in attendance translating. We spoke English to each and every one, and let them introduce themselves, tell how old they are and what they like to do. Greg read them a couple of English story books and we played a game of Bingo with word/picture recognition, with lots of 'Canada' souvenir prizes which we ...
... 8217;s parents were getting ready for this evening’s festivities. The wedding reception was held at our hotel (perfect!), Yamaguchi Grand Hotel. This hotel offered the full wedding services and it looked to be a popular choice. They offer the full bridal services in-house, florist, catering, wedding planner and of course, accommodations. (All of us staying on the 8th floor!) Normally Japanese weddings have the bride and ...
... Eve and myself. It was a good evening of Japanese style Chinese food, beer and conversation.
After dinner, we headed up to our room and helped Haruna and Robert make up candy favour bags, Japanese and Canadian types, for the guests at the wedding reception. Japanese candies for the Canadians and Canadian Candies for the Japanese guests.
Everyone is getting ready for the big day tomorrow!