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... petitioned and were given permission to build a permanent building.
On our way over, it was clear we'd hit it at the right time as a mob of high-school kids were just leaving.
We've noticed a dramatic reduction in other Western tourists since leaving Nagasaki, and have also noted the difference in response we get from the Japanese locals, particularly the children.
Whilst adults are generally very polite and friendly, ...
... the trees in the garden, there seemed to be no end to them. Not many people go this way and the ground was a little moist. It was really relaxing. Several older people were having a stroll around the area, with one old woman carrying branches of cherry blossoms.
Another notable feature of this great town, apart from an old wooden bridge and metal cages to spin in circles within, was the oldest Kabuki theatre in Japan (indeed ...
We left on the Ishizuchi 3 Limited Express train at 8.45am bound for Iyo-Saijo at 10.18am. It is a distance of about 110Km on the northern coast of Shikoku. We could see the bridge that we were on yesterday as well as the Seto Inland Sea. It was slightly drizzly but not enough to require a raincoat. Besides, it was only a 20 minute walk to the station and we would be on the train after that. It fined up once we reached Iyo-Saijo.
The Shikoku Railway History ...
... on the main console. The trains here run to the second and are hardly ever late unless it is due to bad weather, earthquakes or when someone decides to end it all under a train.
The train has to cross over from the main island, Honshu, to Shikoku Island. The bridge that connects the two islands is the Grand Seto-ohashi Bridge. It consists of six bridges that connect Kojima in Okayama Prefecture in Honshu to Sakaide in ...
... Shinkansen Shinji
It contained one of the first Shinkansen engine carriages very different from the modern ones it that the front was more conventional with a snub nose not the sleek arrow shaped ones of today.
In the afternoon we visited the Ritsurin Gardens which are on the outskirts of Kyoto. We came atthe North entrance which is close to ...