I made a three day trip to my home town on the sea of Japan from Tokyo. One thing I like about Japan is no matter where you are, you can find some locally brewed Sake. This time I enjoyed five different brands of sake. What you see in the picture is Hayaseura, which is brewed in a small fishing village on the sea of Japan.I don’t follwo a specific religion, but I am religious in Buddism. I visited Hagaji temple in Obama City on the sea of Japan. Yes, Obama city. Obama means a small beach, so you can find Oabama in not many , but several parts of Japan. Hagaji’s master buddism statue is one of the most beautiful ones in Japan in my opinion. I cannot take a picture, but you can see it here.
The picture below is a sento, which is a Japanese public bath that people pay to use. Nowadays, it is hard to run a sento because of shrinking number of customers and a high enerfy cost, but I am very pleased to find this kind of traditional sento near my home town.
Last march, the newest Shinkanse line was opned between Tokyo and Kanazawa. I enjoyed riding it. Very fast and comfortable.
When I transfered a train at Komatsu station in Ishikawa prefecture, I found the headquarters of Komatsu near the station, which is a competitor of Caterpillar. As a shareholder of CAT, I was compelled to take a picture of it.
Hope you enjoyed reading it. Have a great weekend.