Japan- Memories

 Jay in Hell (seriously, the spring above is called a Hell/Jigoku) with a pretty student guide from the university that hosted us, and both of us on a guided tour of Kitsuki. It was my kimono day! This was in 2015, when we went for a conference at Beppu, a small town known for its hot springs- the onsen for bathing, and the likes of the above for sight-seeing.

 Above- A view of the Beppu harbour, and (below) a multicultural group of participants from Nepal, UK, China and Japan.

We went out sight-seeing, and spotted this guy performing live.

2 comments:

Diamond Head said...

Although a monocultural society I was impressed by their efficacy, helpfulness and cleanliness (perhaps not having too many varying opinions is a good thing?). I would like to visit the islands again.

Rajendra said...

Me too.

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