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... This line is going to Shinjuku, but this time I can't use the shinkansen. Fortunately my travel to Honjo should be less than 20 min.
Many people stopped at Shimmachi, on the way. Maybe a place to remember...
So arrived in Honjō, little city, where I will find some temples and shrines to visit.
This city is calm, nice place to walk. With internet I can find easily the spots I want to visit.
I noticed during this travel ...
... de fleurs. Nous avons pu entrer dans l'un des temples ... c'est parti pour enlever les chaussures et enfiler les chaussons.
Il y avait un espace intéressant dans le sanctuaire, GOHYAKU RAKAN (五百羅漢 - Cinq-Cents), 500 statues rassemblées dans un espace pas très grand.
C'est le moment d'aller manger un bout au "Tricycle café", petit resto végétarien. Ce n'étais pas mauvais.
Kawagoe est une ville ancienne, il y a une rue ...
... with a coconut or almond taste. If I understood well, it's made with the apricot seed...
Then, we go in a small rose park in Maebashi, near to Takasaki. There were bit more roses than Ashikaga. The visit is quickly made, and weather starts to be too cold to stay outside.
Back to home, we get the dinner prepared by the sister.
Pas de grosse visite pour ...
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