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... used to be is now inhabited by the Matsue Museum, as well as beautiful park area, including some lovely Chionanthus retusus trees, which are currently in bloom and look amazing. Also many azaleas flowering and a few camellias just starting to make an appearance. There is a beautiful forest area around the castle, and it makes a pleasant walk to travel around the moat area, around the perimeter of the castle walls.
Inside the watchtower, each ...
... from Izumo Taisha. I don't think we would have ever found our way there without the help of Kento and Giovanna. We owe them much gratitude for their kindness to us - particularly as Kento was roped in because Mr Abe's didn't speak any English and Kento lived in America for a few years and his English is excellent. Mr Abe's was also very kind in agreeing to accommodate us, as we had found it impossible to find accommodation, and when our ...
In Matsue the travellers went to a medieval castle (not a reconstruction this time) - another discount for foreigners.
A cold drizzle prevailed through the drive to Adachi Museum of Art. This museum is actually most famous for its gardens (apparently have won best Japanese garden prize every year for veritable ages). Most notably, however, ...
Discounts abound for the student, the retiree, and the local; however, who has ever received a discount for simply being a foreigner? At the Nima Sand Museum and the Iwami Ginzan Silver Mine, Fox and Mouse gloried in such hospitality (while also feeling sorry for the sisters Ito).
The Sand Museum was a bit interesting, but surely more for those with Japanese literacy. Fox really enjoyed the sand bookmark craft at the end.
Early start of the day, wake up call at 6am! It was pretty good to book train tickets the day before, otherwise we would be struggling with time!
Shinkansen to Okyama then JR Express train to Matsue - total travelling time just over 4 hours.
Despite the rainy weather we took of to explore the fishing town of Matsue, known as the water city - it lays between the sea of Japan and two lakes.
We have visited Matsue-jo, the original ...