Rembrandt Hotel Oita
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... is the tradition of making Japanese rice cakes by hand.
In ancient Japan rice was a special and valuable food used only for special occasions and holidays. Each grain of rice (in Shinto tradition) symbolizes a human soul (tamashii), so pounded rice cakes represent millions of souls. When the community pounds rice, each person can reflect on the gods' blessings and the events of the previous year. Pounding ...
... and a large plate of meat and vegetables. The kids really enjoyed their dinner eating prodigious amounts of food and drinking free refills. The food was excellent and we were all full when Yuto arrived. He works in a bar and came to join us after his shift. He add his barbecued meats at a truly impressive rate and we had fun watching him and chatting. It was a very nice final night. Tomorrow we leave Maki and fly to Osaka for a night before our ...
... out were a bit weird. There is a lot of airbrushing so that they looked perfect but to our eyes they both looked about 12 years old and had strange coloured eyes. It was fun and they seemed to have bonded a bit. We hugged Rina at the bus stop as she caught her bus back up the mountain. It is still snowing up there and we were worried she wouldn't be able to get back if the bus stopped running but it was ok. We are in a ryokan here which is very nice but the bath is across the ...
Just wanted to share a few pictures from the last couple of months. Sean and I had a wonderful time while he was here. We saw some beautiful sites and had a lot of fun. Owing to circumstances, the details of which are too lengthy to include here, he ...
... and many took advantage of the hot springs and bathed in them. Others were buried up to their necks in the hot black sand on the beach, another therapeutic experience. There are ladies at the port dressed in kimonos and people lined up to have photos with them. As we board we are given yellow flags to wave as we leave. The people on the shore do the same. It's very special to see how passionate the people are. Tonight we cruise to Kagoshima, on the southern tip of ...