Okayama Koraku Hotel
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Smoking rooms available
- Refrigerator in room
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... really loved it because they got to jump around and be silly. They especially loved the "NO MORE MONKEY'S JUMPING ON THE BED" because I would poke their foreheads or tickle them as I said it haha. They gave me a gift, it was a flip book, each child drew a picture of me it's very cute. I will show you all when I visit. After school the Japanese teachers had a going away dinner for me. The restaurant was on the roof of a building, it reminded me of a ...
Just kidding!!!! ...Well sorta. There is a typhoon that is hitting Okinawa today but luckily Okayama is missing the big storm. There's heavy rain and pretty strong winds. But nothing I haven't seen before. Anywho! Only a couple more days until I'm back in America! It's starting to hit me and I'm going to miss the children :(. Good news, I got permission to take pictures with the kids and maybe ...
... to watch it and it was very interesting. The performers danced and made music. The sounds they created were from their voices, flutes and special drums. The sounds they made with their voices were very unique. I don't know how they do it but it must take A LOT of practice. I'll upload a video of it! After the garden we went to ...
... the Achi Shrine. It was basically at the top of this extremely steep hill. There were so many stairs! But once we made it to the top it was completely worth it because the view was breathtaking! The area at the top had a Temple and other buildings. It was also extremely quiet. I felt very peaceful while I was there and of course I took many pictures! People came to the temple to do a quick prayer and enjoy the scenery. ...
... and ladies in heels practically skipping up the steps, we pushed on and made it to the main shrine area - Gohonsha (Gohon Hall)
This temple, known as the mariner's shrine was dedicated to seafaring, and had a shrine separate from the main section of the temple - Ema-do - filled with photos and paintings of ships that people had been praying for. We had a little look for the Chikyu – the Japanese vessel that Nat's dad works on - but ...