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... car which had seats around a table. We were in the front carriage and could see the driver and straight out to the tracks through the large glass windows. If only we had trains like this in Australia!
Apparently Takako asked her friend to book the seats a month ago. The seats came on sale at 10am and were sold out by 10.02am. However, there were still quite a few empty seats where we were. They were similar to the seats at the Gran ...
... a short train ride from Toba). The
town looked like it was used to cater for tourists but everything was empty at
this time of year. We visited the Okitama shrine from which there is a good
view on Meoto Iwa, the “wedded rocks”. The rocks represent husband and wife and are linked by a rope (shimenawa rope). At certain time of years, Mount Fuji can
even be seen between the rocks. This was not the case for us as it ...
... got to since it never takes much arm twisting to get a fresh cucumber out of your parents.
Kei and Sou also took part in a type of parade kuji. In this case, that was a chance game, where you draw a number randomly and get a toy according to that number. Kei won something that is a noise maker of some sort. It looks like a balloon on a stick. Sou had better luck and won a cheap archery set that broke within the week. Exactly the same as if would have been at an American ...
... octopus. The towns were made up of typical Japanese prefab buildings with narrow walk ways. We hired bikes in Shinojima and circumnavigated the island, which involved some fun off-road time. We had lunch in a small Japanese pub with some locally caught ...
... shrine dedicated to goddess Amaterasu-ōmikami, located in the city of Ise in Mie prefecture of Japan. It is in fact, a shrine complex composed of a large number of Shinto shrines centered on two main shrines. Yes - I googled this and pasted it. It was beautiful and so peaceful and relaxing. The roads in the shrine are pea gravel. Karen said that the idea is for foot traffic to ...