Omagari City Hotel
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... head back through the samurai district. Our lunch wasn't very Japanese but it was still very nice.
On our way back to town we passed a few pretty trees and gardens before reaching the old samurai residences. Many of these are still lived in by the descendants of the samurai, who open a small section of the house to tourists whilst others are converted to museums. I found it very interesting but Nicole wasn't quite as wowed by the minimalist style.
After visiting a few ...
... and an armchair in the room.
We went out looking for dinner. It was back to the JR Station. Takako had led us around the block. It was actually pretty much straight ahead and turn left so it shouldn't take us long to get to the station tomorrow morning.
We stopped by a tonkatsu restaurant. Unfortunately, by the time we spotted the ashtrays, it was too late to back out. It has surprised us on ...
... where the Lawson's line was about 50. Back at the train station we were herded into various gates based on what train you had tickets for. We made the next to last train of the night......got home at 0330hrs Sunday. LONG day! But a good experience :)
Be sure to enjoy the videos I've uploaded. ...or for even better quality video, thry looking up Ōmagari Fireworks on YouTube.
... Hakodate, There the tunnel back to Aomori and from here with Shinkansen into the mountains of Kakunodate
And it started to rain heavily and we took a cab who brought us to our hotel. Arriving at 2000 we had dinner in the restaurant, went to the Onsen which was a very nice and big one an then to bed - tired
... detail. The walls are just straight sides with aluminium windows without sills etc. Their height is out of proportion to the ground area and most are brown or grey or off green or yellow. There is just no colour or detail.
Many of the people ( male and female ) wear masks over their nose and mouth. It is quite strange to see so many people wearing them. And white cotton gloves. They seem quite concerned about catching something.