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... 10.14am along the coast, arriving at 12.51pm. We had to buy our lunch at Niigata to have on the train.
We have almost two hours or so at Sakata before catching the next train to Akita. In that time, we went to the Homma Art Museum. The paintings there were what I imagined Japanese art to be, very simple but elegant. It was mainly from one artist. We went to the gardens around the museum and there was a house ...
... know that Omagari Fireworks Display is among the safest competitions in Japan.
This is considered a pure competition because firework craftsmen compete in shooting off self-made fireworks by themselves.
The winner of the competition is honored with awards from the government: the Cabinet Prime Minister; the Minister of Economy, Trade and Industry; The Secretary ...
Sad to already leave this wonderful ryokan at the lake, we took the hotel bus to the public bus who droped us at the JR station. We start to have more conversations as people who spend as well a night go back to Tokyo and speak English.
The trainride was a little difficult as the trains were full and we had to ...
Decided to turn around and head south. It was a full days traveling to get here. Four trains!!!! I wasn't actually sure I would make it in one day but luckily I did rather than stopping over in places I had been to before. It actually went without a hitch - am I surprised? No.
I had hoped that by heading south I would get warmer weather. However, that hasn't been the case so far. When I left Sapporo it was overcast, some rain ...
... than the average ITT sponsored tour. "Rugged"...count me in!
We started out with a drive down to an area west of Morioka to see the lava field as the base of Mt. Iwatesan. This dormant volcano is sometimes called the miniature Fuji since it has the same shape as Mt. Fuji, but is only about a third as high. The lava filed draws a good number of Japanese tourists ...