Travel Blogs from Shimada
... from the window.
And we can see the Mt.Fuji.
Someday I want to climb 3776m to top of the Mt. Fuji.
Finally we arrived at the Shizuoka station.
We gonna dressed ! Party on !!
Every time when I attend the wedding ceremony, the atmosphere made me happy.
Because everyone come to celebrate.
HAPPY WEDDING !!
The bride and groom ...
... at the northeast of Lake Hamana and is best known by a zen meditation garden said to have been created by Enshu Kobori legendary garden designer during early 17th century. The garden is great for sure but the temple also has a number of great spots you can never leave without taking ...
... The last time it erupted was in 1708 (oh, and you had better believe I looked up all of these vital facts before agreeing to do this crazy stunt!) For some educational history, I have copy-and-pasted some paragraphs to better prepare my readers with an unbiased opinion about Mt. Fuji: Unlike some sacred mountains, it is not considered sacrilegious to climb Mt. Fuji - in fact, to ascend to the summit is an important pilgrimage. The mountain is home to many ...
... where he spent 17 years of his life. He was a very famous historical figure as his rule established the Edo period from 1603 to 1867. A lot of battles took place. Every battle he was a part of, was won, even the one when he should have lost. When he realized that he was loosing it, he opened the city gates and started a party. The enemy, ...
... say hello.. he spoke very broken English, it was very amusing trying to have a conversation. He was such a sweet guy.
Back at the station, we looked around at a few shops and then caught the train back to Shimizu!
Okay, I don't know if I've mentioned this yet but sooooo many people here wear those surgical mask things.
Now we're at Peter's, he just made us dinner and now we're chilling. I've got to start planning my trip to Kyoto tomorrow.. a bit nervous!