Okayama Koraku Hotel
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... going to have a banquet for lunch complete with champaign and 30 year old plum wine and if that wasn't enough the whole group was going to try their hand at cooking takoyaki (literally fried octopus). The whole experience learning about how the Japanese treat their guests was great. The next week went by with people coming and going, Kilian the French man was replaced by Anael the French man, a Texan from kyoto uni called Lauren and two Taiwanese lads called Jef and Zion (amazingly ...
... painting and helped tidy up the beach. There has been a few excursions away from the house either because it's a Sunday and we get the day off or because Mokoto can't be asked to work so takes us out. The first trip was to the islands only school which is shutting down because it has about 8 students. They were putting on a final show for the community and It was, considering how old they were, very good. There was music, drama and a demonstration of ...
Today was a bit of a spare day, due to Nara being a shorter trip than planned, so I decided to head to Okayama which is on the route towards my next hostels destination of Hiroshima. Similarly to Himeji, Okayama has a castle and a famous garden(one of the top 3 in all of Japan) so I spent the late morning and early afternoon pottering around these sights. These two were hidden gems that are mainly missed off tourist itineraries. The castle, known ...
... thick clouds, but to my fortune, along the coast the lighter sky allowed even some rays of sun to come through.
Shikoku Island has a population of a bit more then four million people, it's the least populated of the four island. In the mountains, I would have come across remote areas. Most people must live all along the coast ,you just go from city to city, from streetlight ...
Next was a couple of days at Takamatsu on the middle island of Shikuko.
This is a port city where we took a ferry trip to Shodoshima. This is the largest island in the area. Way back in 1908 the Japanese Government decide to start an olive growing industry since the climate is very Mediterranean.
It was ...