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... The museum was informative with a few interesting videos (only in Japanese) and stuffed specimens. Then we were able to see a number of live tokis in the cages. There were a few binoculars placed in the observation room, but they seemed useless. My mam didn't say anything about them, but maybe she couldn't see the birds very well...
After that, we didn't have any plan again, but Mt. Donden was close and looked nice. So we drove up to the mountain lodge Donden ...
... possible to pull up a daikon from the vegetable plot, just by reaching out of the train window. A lot of the plants and trees I don't recognize, but along rice, apples, onions, daikons, cabbage and tomatoes seem to be very popular in this area and why not, when the soil is rich and the imported fruit and vegetables are very expensive.
Northern Honshu is famous for rice, sake and sushi, so this is what we are heading up north to enjoy. We don't have enough time, or ...
I’d love to say it was all in the planning, but it was actually pure coincidence that we arrived in the west coast city of Niigata at the start of one of the largest festivals of the year - the Matsuri. This consisted of a parade of 10,000 people dancing, in sync, down the city’s main streets, in yucata, sandals and fans, with the parade song sung live on a loop and tannoyed throughout the ...
I worked with Shun Sawada in 1995 teaching English at Niitsu High School and had the pleasure of meeting his lovely wife, Suzuyo, many times as she taught me Ikebana, Japanese flower arranging. Such a beautiful home, delicious food and stunning Japanese garden and bonsai. A wonderful visit to Yahiko mountain and shrine and the seaside. A trip into Niigata city to Kobari Beach, Sea of Japan. Such kind ...
... it could have been a lot worse. In our efforts a map of Australia was drawn, around 3 staff members were utilised and a lot of hand gestures were undertaken.
When we got back to the hotel around 4pm we tested out our new beds by having a nanny nap, which may have turned into a few hours of sleep. Once awake I attempted to fit all my newly acquired belongings into a box the size of my head which just wasn't going to happen, so back to the post office I went to ...