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... the roof was constructed. There was also some nice lacquerware used by the family during the years.
I thought these lovely little homes looked like the mini-gingerbread houses that I made last Christmas, complete with snow on the roof.
Once again the trip to the village was up through the mountains and Arthur was fascinated by the number of tunnels that we entered. On the way home, he counted the tunnels - we passed through 15 ...
Jess had to work today so Jude and I caught up on domestics in the morning. We went for a walk and found the Raman shop were we managed to communicate our needs and had a good feed of Raman. Jess had an early mark and joined us at about 1:30pm. We walked to the post office to get some cash from the ATM. It is interesting that cash is king in this part of the world and apart from ...
We had a big day today. We set off about eight on the train to Fukushima. We planed to catch the Shinkansen from there to Sendai. Sadly the Shinkansen service was suspended, due to an incident, so we had to catch the slow train. That took about an hour and a quarter. We changed at Sendai for Matsushima, 3rd on the list of beautiful places in Japan. It is not far from were Jess had done her stint as a volunteer ...
... and the rest of the staff and students who were on their lunch break. The staff were all very friendly and full of praise for Jess's work with the kids. The kids were typical Y7 to Y9 some cheeky, some shy. They all practiced their English on us which was fun. The Primary school was having an opens day for parents, so we were able to see the classes in action. It is a small school for the children of Namie who have not moved away to other parts of Japan. The staff seem ...
... very interesting life , until her death in her 90's. One of the first feminists. The scenery was varied and beautiful, with snow covered mountains in the background. We also drove along the edge of the 3rd largest lake in Japan, Lake Inawashiro. On our return to Nihonmatsu we checked into our Ryokan where we we reunited with the luggage we shipped from Narita. The Ryokan is comfortable and we are acclimate sing to Japanese bedding and pillows. Sleep has not been a ...