This is one at Hamanoura in Genkai-cho.
You can see the ocean beyond it.
People say it is a nice view, especially with the setting sun.
Those were beautiful original scenes of rural Japan.
I hope they are preserved.
Yobuko is used to be a whaling town.
There are two sightseeing boats.
One is the Zeela which shaped like a whale and you can see fishes from windows in the bottom of the boat.
And the other one is the Ikamaru, which goes around showing eroded caves.
I wanted to ride the Ikamaru.
But when I went there, it was cancelled because of rough waters.
I was a little disappointed.
They understood my easy English, but I couldn’t explain enough about that place.
I wish to improve for next time when I take foreigners around in Japan.
This picture is the garden of Nijyo castle.
The most famous thing is the floor which makes a bird like sound when somebody walks on it.
Then guards can notice and catch any intruders.
I am going to write this blog for three purposes.
First: I want to introduce places, food, and other stuff in Japan.
Second: To improve my English.
Third: To prevent senility.
By the way, my husband is American.
Though I can’t write English well, he will edit it after I write.