Koran No Yu Kinkouroh
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... outside to walk around a bit. I’ve packed my laptop, just in case inspiration hits me, or I feel like watching a film somewhere. I wander around aimlessly, having no idea what I want to do. I am not quite hungry yet, or at least don’t feel like eating a full meal, so I move into the nearest convenience store and purchase a rice ball of unknown properties and a small bottle of whisky (or whiskey, I don’t know whether the Japanese sort knows or cares which it belongs ...
... t seem to fancy.
We felt very privileged and were treated very well in the ryokans, I'll miss Japan.
We also enjoyed the 7 samurai home village, with bonsai and the intriguing kanakasi airplane fighters museum with photos of all of them. They looked so young and an old man giving a talk about it, still a lot of interest, after all these decades. No photos allowed.
... relic of the past.
We spent about 2.5 hours at Tsuwano but honestly, we could have stayed here for much longer. It was a rush just trying to get to the Taikodani Inari Shrine, which is one of the five greatest Inari shrines. We had to go through several tunnels of tori gates before reaching the shrine, up the hill. It was well worth the effort.
Along the way, ...
... ride to the Miyajima island where the iconic red Torii gate is situated. I am sure you have seen pictures of it. Owen wanted us to get there at sunset so that we get the classic photo of the setting sun glistening on the water- which we did. See photos. Lots of other tourists we all had to walk about 700m from the ferry to the viewing point, we walked beside a little stretch of sand. Every 3-4 metres or so there was ...
... 1 hour small loop taking in a good viewing point for the volcano but standing in the line and watching them cram people onto this bus like sardines makes us rethink, plus talking to other people waiting in line who are doing the 2 hour full island loop, we are convinced that this will be a much more comfortable way to go. The bus arrives and it's only about 3/4 full so that's excellent, well worth the extra cost because we have a seat and we will not end up squashed and ...