This is a ropeway view on the way to Shishi-iwa Station on Miyajima Island.
It takes about 20 minutes from Momiji-dani Station to Shishi-iwa.
This is a view of the peak of Mt. Misen on Miyajima. It takes about 30 minutes
from Shishi-iwa to the summet on foot.
You can see wild deer here and there on Miyajima.
They eat paper, cloth and so on. So they may eat your tickets, sourvenirs or
Miyajima is also famous for its autumn leaves.
Miyajima is a place of historical interest as well as scenic beauty.
This is a side road viewed from Hanamikoji street near Ken-nin-ji Temple.
Ochaya on both sides of the road makes you feel like walking along it.
The street is paved with stone. Walking makes you excite. The best
is the night at Gion.
Ochaya offers a Zashiki room where Geiko or Maiko girls entertain you.
A helon is in the water of Shirakawa River in the middle of Kyoto.
This is a view from Tatsumi-bashi Bridge in Gion. Can you believe this is
in the middle of the city with a population of about 1.5 million?
I like this spot at Tatsumi-bashi. It is nice to walk along the Shirakawa River.
Around Tatsumi-bashi you always find something interesting such as this picture.
Yes, I have come across a pretty lady at the Tatsumi-bashi.
I love Gion area in Kyoto.
The Shimanto is the longest river in Shikoku: 196kilometers.
This is the middle reaches of the Shimanto with a clear stream.
This river is rich in fish, shrimp and nori: a kind of edible river weed.
You can enjoy going down in canoes.
You can enjoy different kinds of views along the river.
There are many kinds of bridges.
This is Iwama-chinka-bashi. There are many chinka-bashi, which are submerged
below the surface in such cases as typhoons or rainstorms. These are important
bridges for local people around here.
A red bridge near Ekawasaki
Restaurant in Hotel Iya-Onsen
View from Mt. Tsurugi
One of the historical sites
Grand view in Kankakei
Panorama of ever-changing beauty
The original olive tree introduced into Shodoshima for the first time
Kagawa prefectural tree: Olive