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... were mostly men while others included women and children. Will enjoyed watching the parade but was disappointed he couldn't help pull or ride on the shrine. At 3 pm, a reenactment of a battle (I'm assuming the key battle in the Nanso Satomi story as the narration was in Japanese) took place on the beach. Warriors paraded onto the sand. More Samurai waited in boats off-shore before disembarking and storming the beach. The 8 Samuarai from the ...
... my quest and he told me: „See you in a few months!“ So I decided to search for it in the next day again.)
Back at the hostel we took it easy and went to the lounge where I tried to enhance my japanese skills by learning some letters from the hiragana and some new words as different animals and colours. If you ever wondered what yellow giraffe means I can tell you now it’s „kiiro no kirin“. In the evening we went outside to see ...
... we were on exhibit.
Since the sun sets early in Japan, we didn't have long before the firework show began. Due to the more ample space on base than in the local waterfront Mikasa Park, many Japanese remained. Luckily it was still fairly easy to find a place to spread out with our friends. Will was initially mesmerized by the display; however, this was soon replaced by the thrill of running wild with Phillip after dark. As soon as the fireworks ended, ...
... walked around the rim of the crater for beautiful views of the mountains, Izu Islands and the city of Ito below. I highly recommend this little detour . We had a picnic at the beach on the way back, then a swim when we returned to Shirahama beach. A lovely relaxing day we even got s little bit of colour from the sun. This has been our first day without rain here in Japan! :) :) ...
We chilled out reading books this morning while it was pouring rain it was enjoyably relaxing. The rain started to ease off about 10 and we set off for a drive around the coastline of the Izu peninsula. It's not very far, just as well as the speed limit is 40 or 50km throughout the region. We had a fun day. The pics tell it ...