Travel Blogs from Makinohara
... and I went to explore the city. Shizuoka is very close to Mt Fuji so Dad's friend found us a nice high building to go to the top of, where we could see views of the whole city and Mt Fuji. We also went to a temple, which looked really nice but it was already getting dark by the time we got there so we didn't spend long ...
... a little back tracking we finally made it to a bullet train that should of taken an hour to Nagoya but took over two cause we picked the one that seemed to stop every station. But in Nagoya now and off to the world famous aquarium here. Mikes first experience of a capsule hotel tonight... Lol should be fun.
Interesting fact of the day: 25 people this year have died already on Mount ...
... from the window.
And we can see the Mt.Fuji.
Someday I want to climb 3776m to top of the Mt. Fuji.
Finally we arrived at the Shizuoka station.
We gonna dressed ! Party on !!
Every time when I attend the wedding ceremony, the atmosphere made me happy.
Because everyone come to celebrate.
HAPPY WEDDING !!
The bride and groom ...
When you talk about Hamamatsu maybe your first image could be those of international manufacturers such as Suzuki, Yamaha and Kawai. I have to admit that these giant firms make this city famous worldwide but little is known about great historical sites in suburban Hamamatsu. Ryotanji Temple ...
... long list of problems, my knees made me begin to limp and walk at a snail’s pace. At one point when we were resting (I was trying to force something down in terms of food for energy) then a couple that we had passed on the way up passed by us, congratulated us for making it to the top (they thought we’d never make it since we did not have a flashlight yet at that point) and the girl offered me some medication to make me feel better. She called it Gravel ...