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2023.06.01 16:52 7nationarmy A Sears opens at Park City Center in Lancaster, PA on May 1, 1972. Lancaster LNP photos as featured on the Facebook page Remembering Retail
2023.06.01 16:52 7nationarmy A Sears opens at Park City Center in Lancaster, PA on May 1, 1972. Lancaster LNP photos as featured on the Facebook page Remembering Retail
2023.06.01 16:51 7nationarmy A Sears opens at Park City Center in Lancaster, PA on May 1, 1972. Lancaster LNP photos as featured on the Facebook page Remembering Retail
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2023.06.01 16:44 PritchettRobert506 [HIRING] 25 Jobs in MO Hiring Now!
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2023.06.01 16:41 galactic_cactus Yugioh scene in Denver, CO.
I'm from central FL where the yugioh scene is obviously pretty big, most towns and cities have a card shop that holds Konami sanctioned locals and the regional circuit spans across the state, I'm relocating to denver at the end of the week and I'm curious as to what the competitive yugioh scene looks like up there?
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2023.06.01 16:40 jjj4484 Star Lake Show Logging
I was able to get some last minutes tickets to the show, but seem to be having a hard time finding a place to stay. Raccoon state park is fully booked, there is zero Airbnb’s or hotels locally open. Does anyone have an off the beating path or a connection to any place to camp locally? We really don’t want to drive all the way to the city after the show.
We also have an extra ticket or two we would be willing to trade.
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2023.06.01 16:28 EdMarCarSe Merry-go-round in Cherepovets City Park (photo taken by V. Petrov, 1962).
2023.06.01 16:21 Grand_Memory5568 What do you think are some worthy additions to my Chennai bucket list?
I was born in Chennai but my family shifted when I was barely 6 months old so I have no recollection whatsoever of living there. However, I have always had a soft spot for the city and enjoyed every single visit.
If all things go right, I have just over a year left in India and I might visit Chennai at least 3 more times by then.
I have a great affinity for Colonial era buildings and in my opinion no other Southern city comes close to providing this experience.
I made a rough bucket list of things to do in Chennai and I have completed quite a bit of it last year. Most of them were first time experiences. These are the things I have done so far -
- Walked the entire 'main' (at least in my books) stretch of Mount Road, from Thousand Lights to Buhari.
- Window shopping at Higginbothams.
- Tried the OG Chicken 65 (among other famous evening snacks like the Samsa, Bun Butter Jam) at Buhari.
- Visited famous religious sites like Triplicane Parthasarathy temple, Mylapore Kapaleeshwarar temple, Santhome Church.
- Drank rose milk from Kalathi Newspaper Mart.
- Had the Caramel Custard at Ninan's.
- Visited the Lighthouse.
- Visited Valluvar Kottam.
- Visited Semmozhi Poonga.
- Watched a movie at Satyam.
- Visited Egmore museum.
- Visited the old General Post Office at Parry's Corner and had Atho.
- Walked the entire 'main' stretch of Marina beach, right from Napier's Bridge to Lighthouse.
- Rode on the Metro, Suburban, and the MRTS.
- Watched the sun rise at Besant Nagar.
- Visited a few eateries at KNK.
- Walked around for a bit in Pondy Bazaar.
- Witnessed an honest auto anna using meter (shocking, I know).
- Watched the planes taking off from St. Thomas Mount.
These are the things that are remaining in my (constantly updating) bucket list now -
- Grab a cup of coffee at the newly opened Starbucks at Kathipara Urban Square. (I know Starbucks isn't really anything special but I really like the architecural design of it, plus I have never visited the Urban Square.)
- Visit Vandalur Zoo.
- Watch a movie at the airport PVR.
- If the Villivakkam lake rejuvenation gets completed, then take a walk on the hanging bridge.
- The last time I went to the Anna Nagar Tower Park, the tower was closed off and I recently heard that its now open again, so this one too.
- If the museum at Victoria public hall is opened, then visit that.
- Watch a CSK match at Chepauk. (Coincidentally, this is my 7th item in the list, Thala for a reason)
I can't really think of anything else right now, so I figured who better to ask than the locals. What else do you think I should add in this list? I have already visited most of the important sights at ECR, so I would prefer something inside the city. Anything ranging from food to historical places is fine by me.
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2023.06.01 16:16 Akatrielaiic Long time penny board user looking to upgrade (or not)
Hi guys I'm a long time penny 22" user. For my use case it's perfect. I use it for my daily commute to work (10 mins on asphalt) and for the occasional trip to the city from where I park my car to where I am headed. A friend of mine is going to buy one and I offered mine at a lower price, that gives me the opportunity of buying a new one.
I was going to buy a new identical penny with different art but I'm open to other possibilities. I don't think I'm interested in tricks and such but if there is a better cruiser that maintains or improve portability I am all ears.
Open to advices, thanks to all in advance!
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2023.06.01 16:15 Vintage_Realtor 104 Inverness Crescent, Kingston ☀️Revised Price!☀️ 4 bed, 4 bath, minutes to downtown Kingston and the 401, sought after Strathcona Park neighborhood, huge and private city lot, 2 tier deck, optimal location for schools as this home sits on two school boards! Call for private viewing 705-559-0348
2023.06.01 16:15 NedLuddIII Now Leasing: RiNo studio apartment just minutes away from City Park and Denver's famous Colfax Ave. Plenty of natural sunlight and fresh air. Pet friendly. Starting at $1,800/month.
2023.06.01 16:12 WilsonTeresa223 [HIRING] 25 Jobs in remote Hiring Now!
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2023.06.01 15:57 MemesRCT [T3] Replacement predictions as Kentucky Kingdom's next new addition
Since T3 is now gone for good, my home amusement park, Kentucky Kingdom, is NOW missing a multi-inversion machine and I have some possibilities to replace the worst Vekoma SLC due to KumbaK trains were added when it reopened in 2015; I know Ed Hart could've put the new Vekoma trains with vest restraints that way T3 would have been around much longer. When Herschend Family Entertainment took over the park two years ago, they like to work with Vekoma on their new models such as the most recently opened Big Bear Mountain at Dollywood. Now, you may or may not know that I'm a huge fan of Owl City and I wanted Kentucky Kingdom to name the new roller coaster as "T4 starring Owl City". This will be Herschend's take on Rock 'n' Roller Coaster found at Disney parks in Florida and Paris.
Quick note: Imagine that Kentucky Kingdom has already has plans to replace the prototype Vekoma SLC with a small but compact B&M Inverted Coaster (realistically, it's not going to happen).
The Vekoma Launched Suspended Thrill Coaster or a Gerstlauer Inverted Coaster would be the most likely option to replace T3 to fill up the gaps for launch and multi-inversion machine. It can have some unique elements, airtime moments, and a possible first-of-its-kind inversion that was never seen before in the roller coaster community. If 'T4 starring Owl City' the case, it will be the first roller coaster in the state of Kentucky to feature on-board audio and can only be found at Kentucky Kingdom.
What are your predictions for T3's replacement? Let me know in the comments!
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2023.06.01 15:57 PritchettRobert506 [HIRING] 25 Jobs in MI Hiring Now!
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2023.06.01 15:56 WilsonTeresa223 [HIRING] 25 Jobs in Dallas Hiring Now!
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2023.06.01 15:51 Pretty-Trash Follow up of my previous post, waze also is telling to go via floating bridge
2023.06.01 15:48 astongroup IFZA Dubai: You’re Guide to the Free Zone and Navigating Dubai's Transportation
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2023.06.01 15:42 Affectionate-Fly-500 Where does it end???
Hey y’all. Coming on to rant so sorry in advance😅 it’s been my dream to be a zookeeper since I was 13/14. Im 21 now and I have had opportunity to get a few years of experience in already which I am very grateful for. However I’m reaching a point in my “career” where I don’t know if I can keep going, or if I even should. I understand the zookeeping field is a whole mess and half and I’m totally fine with that. Shit pay, being overworked, toxic work environments, been there done that lol. My issue is that I don’t know how I can get into an AZA facility as a keeper and at this point it seems impossible. Here’s my resume so far: when I was 15-17 I worked at a local safari park and sold tickets and worked the gift shop. Then when I was 18 I got a job as a zookeeper at a smaller local zoo (used to be ZAA accredited but is not currently) I worked there for 2 summers. Then I moved cities and got a job as a keeper at a bigger zoo, but still private owned unaccredited zoo. I’m currently still working there one day a week and the other 5 and I am currently interning at an AZA accredited facility for animal behavior. Im trying to be hopeful that it will lead me somewhere but I know it’s so hard to get a keeper position. Im working 6 days a week and only getting paid for one since I’m at this internship all week and I’m exhausted. I don’t want to keep working at an unaccredited facility for so many reasons, but I kept my job there so I could still keep my title as zookeeper, not that it means much. It just seems like everyone at my internship talks about how hard is to get a keeper position and how we should be doing more internships to get us a better chance at getting a job. I understand that there not just gonna hand anyone a job but I’ve put in my time and I can do a good job! But no one seems even willing to give a chance. I’m just at such a loss and I can’t afford to keep doing internships hoping to get somewhere. This has been my dream so so long and I’m really struggling with the idea of giving it up. If anyone even read all this it means a lot to me, just hoping to get some advice on how to move forward.
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2023.06.01 15:41 origutamos Police arrest man accused of carrying out 2 home invasions in GTA
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2023.06.01 15:41 gdore15 Trip report : Three months in Japan including one in Kyushu.
In this report, I'll mostly list the city I visited during my trip and give my general impression or talk about what I did.
I spend a total of three months in Japan, the first 11 days around Tokyo, two weeks to move between Osaka and Hiroshima one month across Kyushu and finally back in Tokyo for a month, with some overnight trips in the Kanto area.
You can check my itinerary for Kyushu
, it will give more detail on location I planned to visit in each city (I mostly followed it) and also gives a bit more info about me. I also wrote about traveling as a Hololive fan
and posted on the dedicated sub, but here I posted about anime shopping
a bit more in general.
If you want to get my extra tips that you would not usually read here or in other guides, I posted my tips
Walked from 9k to 31k steps by day, an average of 15k to 20k depending on the month I look at. Total cost including flight was about 8000CAD, I mostly stayed in hostels or similar accommodation, did not use JR Pass and mostly eat food in restaurant while moving around, but back in Tokyo I did much more convenience store/grocery store shopping for food. It did include a lot of craft beer and a bit of souvenir shopping.
Feel free to ask question, especially if I mention a place that you would like to visit, I can give more info. Or if you want to see picture of anything I mentioned, let me know I can try to share. Kansai/Chugoku
- Arima : I only visited during the day, but if you are looking for a nice onsen town close to Osaka/Kyoto/Kobe, then I would recommend. The ambiance might not be as charming as Kinosaki, but you still have the feeling that you are in a small town that revolve around onsen and that is easy to walk. The two main onsen are fine, pretty typical onsen experience if you ask me. Sure you can find nice ryokan too.
- Kobe : Went before and to different area, went to two sake breweries in Nada on my first time and would recommend if you want to know how sake is made. This time I went around Chinatown around lunch and it was a great experience, there is so much street food vendors and people everywhere, really recommend. Finished the day with a night view from Venus Bridge, the view was better than from the Nunobiki Herb Garden.
- Akashi : The main shopping street was really busy, lot of restaurant that serve the local specialty, Akashiyaki, a kind of takoyaki but much eggier taste and texture, you dunk it in soup to eat it (instead of putting sauce on it). The castle is skippable unless you hunt stamps and the history museum is heavily in Japanese.
- Himeji : The castle is huge. Honestly I really recommend to try to see one of the original castle and this one is usually the one that make the most sense to people. Went there close to opening time and could visit the castle and Kokoen garden before lunch. Then hiked Mount Shosha to see Engyo-ji. The hike is not too difficult, the temple is nice but really big, it will take a while to walk around even if you take the ropeway (it was under maintenance when I went).
- Ako : Could interest history buff as it is the city from where the 47 ronin from the Chushigura story come from, so the local shrine and the history museum do have things related to it. I actually liked going to see the salterns at Ako Seaside Park. Ako was know to be a big sea salt produced in the past and there is outside exhibit that show how it is done. They also do workshop and weekly demonstration, but even without that I found it interesting.
- Bizen (Imbe) : Unfortunately went when the museum was close for change in exhibition. This is a really different sightseeing experience as there is little to no "sight", spent most of the day going from one pottery store to the other. It's easy to get an idea of the Bizen-yaki style, I did not like the red-ish items that much but got a nice tea cup in darker color.
- Okayama : The castle and garden are ok, might not be my first recommendation for that combo (Himeji would probably win). The castle focus on the sengoku era, so if you like that part of history you might appreciate. Then went to Kibitsu-jinja where there is a long corridor. Can also learn about the story of Momotaro. If the weather had been better, cycling around Kibi is apparently nice. Do not try the Doppo Peach Pils, I would barely call it a beer, too sweet.
- Kurashiki : By the video I saw, it made it sound much bigger. The historic area is not that large, so if you do the boat ride, it won't be that long. There is still a nice vibe and you can get a good taste of a more preserved neighborhood.
- Fukuyama : Mostly used this as a convenient place to stay, there is not much to do. When you go to the touristic information and they tell you the top two things are the castle and Tomonoura, well, it show that this is not a top touristic destination. Took a more relax day and only walk to some temple/shrine.
- Tomonoura : Here we can also get a taste of preservation of older neighborhood, bus on a smaller scare and different building style compared to Kurashiki. If you are into history and specifically Bakumatsu, you might want to see the small museum about the Irohamaru and Sakamoto Ryoma as the boat sank nearby. The nearby island is nice and you can go for a relatively easy hike, but nothing special.
- Onomichi : Love Onomichi, I've been several times already. The city is always as quiet with as little attractions, but still like the vibe. Cherry blossom where quite nice in Senko-ji park. While I have not done the cycling, I visited the islands on Onomichi side. This time I went to Mukaishima for a hike and the view was fantastic. Yes, doing the Shimanamikaido cycling is a way to enjoy it, but it is not the only way to enjoy the islands and the view they can offer. Got recommended a really nice bar that it next to impossible to find without being told (can give more info).
- Hiroshima : After several days without seeing much international tourist, here the main sight like the peace park and even the castle are obviously popular destinations. I do not think I have much to add about Hiroshima that you cannot find elsewhere.
- Fukuoka : Went before and from my first trip would recommend the Fukuoka City Museum for a nice history museum. This time went to see teamLab, was my first experience and it was quite fun, I can give more info on that too. Went to Maizuru park (Fukuoka castle ruin) and had beautiful cherry blossom.
- Yoshinogari : While most historical location showcase more modern aspect of Japan, it was a really interesting experience to see a larger scale location dedicated to Yayoi era. Usually you might see one of the house from that era build in a random park/museum, but here you have the full village with different type of building and the whole walls around. Quite interesting if you are into older Japanese history.
- Saga : Was a convenient stop for accommodation, but there is not that much to see. The castle ruin have a reconstructed palace, one of the (if not the) first to be reconstructed. While it is nice, it is really not as flashy as the one in Nagoya castle (in Nagoya city, not Nagoya castle ruin in Saga) or Kumamoto castle.
- Arita : Similar to Bizen as the day was focused on visiting pottery/porcelain shops. Here the Kyushu Porcelain Museum was open and I would really recommend, especially as it's free. Really nice experience to see the different style of porcelain made around Arita, it did contrast with my perception that the style was kind of the same across all what is produced, but there is actually a lot of different style.
- Takeo : My main reason to go was to see teamLab exhibition, but along the way stopped by different nice garden. Was kind of in a strange time, cherry blossom was almost over and azalea just starting, so I had a bit of both, but not peak of either. teamLab I also did the Mikuneyama Rakuen onsen. While you pay a bit of a premium price, I think that you do have a good onsen experience. The exhibition was also quite nice and despite seeing some other people, I mostly had the art installation for myself. Can give more info if you want.
- Nagasaki : Second time in Nagasaki, found the Chinatown a bit dead compared to Kobe. Did the must do things on my first trip like peace museum, Dejima and Mount Inasa at night (would recommend to do these), this time did Nagasaki Museum of History and Culture that is interesting as it focus on the trace with various foreign country, Clover garden that is nice if you are interested in Late Edo/Meiji presence of westerners in Nagasaki. Also did Kameyama Shachu Memorial Museum as I like Bakumatsu and Ryoma. Will continue to recommend two days in Nagasaki.
- Unzen : Really unique to walk around Unzen Hells. Did some hiking around, but if you have a chance, going to Nita Pass and up the ropeway is probably better, but the bus to Nita Pass was not running when I went ant the only other option was an expensive taxi ride.
- Shimabara : While the castle have nothing unique, the exhibition inside is quite interesting as it will tell more about the Shimabara rebellion and the hidden Christians. Also tried a local sweet that is like small dango in a sweet syrup that strangely taste a lot like maple syrup.
- Kumamoto : While it is a major city in Kyushu, I felt that appart from the castle, there is not that much to do. Right now the castle is only partially reopen as they are still repairing the damage caused by the 2016 earthquake.
- Hitoyoshi : Unfortunately difficult to access by public transport because of the Hisatsu Line was severely damaged by floods in 2020, you can still go by bus, but it makes it more difficult. You might think that goin by car is the better option, but considering that Hitoyoshi is known for Kuma Shochu (made with rice), you might want to walk to the shochu distillery to partake in some tasting. Also went into a miso and soy sauce factory, that was interesting. Overall not a lot of things to see but still nice countryside town.
- Kirishima (Myoken onsen) : The onsen area is not the most convenient to access by public transport, but there is still a bus going. It's getting more difficult if you want to visit some sights around. I ended up being quite lucky as two different person stopped to offer me a ride to my next location. Would only recommend if you have a car or if you are really a big fan of Sakamoto Ryoma.
- Kagoshima : I was expecting to need more than a day to visit Kagoshima, but for the city itself, a day seems alright. Shukkei-en is nice and offer a good view of Sakurajima, the garden is also beautiful. Just make sure to get in the sightseeing bus that stop at the entrance. Went to the Meiji Restoration Museum, especially as I like the bakumatsu era. I could have spend my second full day in Sakurajima instead, but the rain was not especially pushing me to do outside activities.
- Yakushima : The car ferry was not running so had to pay 22 000yend for the jetfoil. This also changed my total ferry schedule. I initially planned a single day of activity, but ended up leaving in the afternoon of the second day so could re-schedule. On my first full day I went to Hirauchi kaichu onsen, that is a onsen in the ocean, only accessible at low tide, was kind of interesting, but it's mixed gender and you are technically supposed to go naked... except that the other people ether had swimsuit or towels to properly hide themselves, while I had a borderline too small towel. Only had 15 minutes to enjoy the water before going back on the bus to Ohko waterfall, that is quite nice. There I met someone who offered me a drive. My initial plan to walk toward Seibu Rindo, a forest road with wild deer and monkey. Let's say that considering the distance, I realize that my initial plan was not that good. Second day wend to Shiratani Unsuikyo, really nice hike with a great view if you reach the end of the train. The bus schedule does allow to easily do the hike if you start in the morning. Overall, I think Yakushima is doable by public transport, but it does require much more planning, kind of glad I had a ride. Also was lucky to get great weather all the time I was there.
- Ibusuki : I asked for recommendation of places to go and was recommended Chiringashima twice, not bad if you have some time to walk around the island and you are on time for low tide, but terrible bus schedule, so I went by bus and returned by walking. A bike rental would have made things easier. The special thing in Ibusuki is the sand bath, it is a strange feeling to be buried in the sand. The main place where you can do it is big and really well organized, I saw a place in Beppu that offer sand bath, but they seemed to have a somehow long wait. Appart from that, you need to go outside of town if you want to do more things.
- Makurazaki : a bit of a pain to reach by train/bus. My main goal was to see a shochu distillery. Honestly not totally sure it's worth going that far especially considering I saw other places easier to access. They also produce sweet potato based beer, not bad, but also not the best I tried during my trip. Had to eat some bonito as the city is know to be a big producer of katsuobushi.
- Shishibu : Mostly went because I wanted to visit a tea farm. Went to Osumi Teanery, they have a member of their staff that is American and that will do the tour with you. There is just so much we can see of the process in the factory as it is a running factory (at least in season) that is not build to have viewing deck on the production, then despite the rain we went to see the fields and talk about how the tea is cultivated. Also did a hojicha workshop, so that was fun to learn how to roast your own tea. While the place is not the easiest to access, the staff helped me get there so at the end it was relatively easy to do.
- Nichinan (Obi) : Kind of fun castle town, they have a special map with coupons and a list of participating restaurant. You buy the map then you can exchange the coupons of food items to eat while visiting the town. The castle does not have anything exceptional, but still fine.
- Miyazaki : First day was initially dedicated to Aoshima, but I ended up not spending as much there as I thought. The rock formation is interesting, that is for sure. Used the rest of the day to go to Udo-Jingu (that is technically in Nichinan), not sure it's worth the full cost of the bus, but it's an interesting shrine built in a cave close to the ocean. Miyazaki city in itself does not have that much, the nature and history museum is nice, but as many nature museum, I feel more geared toward child, but it was free, so why not.
- Hyuga : Honestly my biggest surprise. I was initially only planning it as a stop before getting in the bus to Takachiho. Ok, it's quite a long walk so a car or maybe a bike would be better, but Umagase was really a natural wonder, it's really beautiful and you can feel the power of the ocean. You might as well stop by the Sea Cross observatory and a point called Sanpo (next to the sea cross). Then you can also check Omi shrine and Uto shrine, the second being a small shrine build in a cave quite close to the ocean.
- Takachiho : Again after a while just seeing tourist once in a while, it show that Takachiho is a popular spot for tourist (both Japanese and Foreign. While the gorge is nice, I was much more impressed by Umagase. Also you cannot always ride the boat and it was close the days I was there. For me the Takachiho Kagura was more interesting than the gorge. One difficulty was to find a good hostel as the one easy to book is next to Amanoiwato shrine, that is a bit far from Takachiho shrine and no bus at the time of the kagura plan. But I found guesthouse sankaku thatwas perfectly located and the host, Asuka, was really friendly. Went to Amanoiwato shrine the next day and I think that more than the shrine in itself, the mythology around it is much more interesting. While it is only in Japanese, they do a small tour almors every half hour so you can see the sealed entrance of the cave where Amaterasu hid.
- Takamori : That was one more intermediary stop, got to see one of the One Piece statue (that I do not really care about). Got great view on Mount Aso. Went to Kamishikimi Kumanoimasu Shrine (that is a good walk or infrequent bus from the station), and was surprised to see what felt like a tour bus stop there. Yeah, it's nice to see the torii and the staircase in the forest, but I would not do a day trip from Kumamoto to there as I've seen people here wanting to do that. Also the train line is supposed to fully reopen this summer so it will be easier to access.
- Aso : My worst day. It rained and the top of the mountain was in clouds. Honestly I should have saved my money and not go on top. But if you are blessed with good weather, I am sure that it is fantastic, I can say that just by the gorgeous view I had on the mountain the previous day.
- Beppu : Yes, Beppu is know for their onsen, but I do not especially feel a special vibe about the city. When I went to the tourist info to have recommendation, appart from the hells that I already visited previously, it was pretty much just to get out of the city to attractions around. Got recommended Takegawara Onsen, it's fine but the bath is small and there is no soap, so bring your own if you want to wash. They also do sand bath, but seems to take time as the place have limited space. It's also located in what I would call a red light district with plenty of girls bakyabakura/soapland, so that is also... interesting. Would highly recommend Beppu Brewery, that seems to be fairly new. Got their tasting set that include a kabosu weise, kabosu is Oita local citrus, then tried the kabosu session. But if you see kabosu beer at the souvenir shop, do not try Kabos and Honey, it's the second worst beer I had on my trip, really sweet. (I wat getting into fruity beers before going to Japan, sour beer are good, not sweet beer).
- Oita : Listening to people, I felt that Oita was not really getting much appreciation here, but I found that there was more museums than in Beppu, like the Oita Prefecture Art Museum and Oita Art Museum (but I'm not that into art museum). While yes, there is no that much around the station area, I wished I had searched a bit more about the history of the city, the great discovery was the Old Otomo Residence and Garden, It is a small museum that will introduce you to Otomo Sorin, probably more know as the christian daimyo, would have liked to see if there is more locations related to that part of the region's history. The castle ruin was less interesting as there is not much exhibition, so pretty much only went to get the castle stamp. Getting a car to get to the interesting points a bit further around the city could have been more interesting tho.
- Usuki : My first idea here was to visit a series of temples as part of a pilgrimage, but it ended up not being much of a good idea as the second temples I went to was close, so I kind of abandoned the idea. Then I rented a free bicycle from the tourist information and rode it toward the stone carved buddha, unfortunately the back tire went flat and I decided to walk back instead of going all the way to the buddha. Was a bit unfortunate, but the city had some nice streets with older buildings and the food was good.
- Sakura : Not much people go there but I would really recommend the history museum. If you decide to go, make sure you bring you phone with headphones and a power bank, if you listen to all the audio guide, you can spend hours in the museum.
- Narita : While I might not recommend as a day trip from Tokyo, I would absolutely recommend for people who are doing a long layover at Narita and that want to have a taste of Japan without going all the way to Tokyo.
- Kamakura : Second time going, while it's kind of possible to do a day in Kamakura and Enoshima, I think that spending two days over the two places is much better. This time I went to Hokokuji and their bamboo grove is really beautiful. While I've seen bamboo elsewhere, like in Sakura, here the place is really clean, all the dead bamboo have been removed and properly disposed. Usually in natural bamboo groves, it is full of dead or broken bamboo or there is piles of bamboo that was gathered in a corner. It was not too crowded and quite enjoyable, but it is not super big. Other than that there is plenty to see in Kamakura, totally recommend.
- Enoshima : Went for the first time, while a full day might be a bit much, not too hard to spend a good part of the day walking around. Went on the first day of my Kamakura trip as the weather was nice and I hoped for a Mount Fuji view and I could see it. I had the impression you had to be at a specific spot to see it, but no you can see it right from the bridge (I think the specific spot is if you want to see both Enoshima and Mount Fuji). Despite no cloud, it was not super clear, this can be because of humidity in the air or because of Asian dust (or China Dust) that is more prevalent in spring.
- Chichibu : Kind of surprisingly, there is many anime that are taking place in Chichibu, so if you like any of them, that would be a great destination. One of the main thing advertise about Chichibu is nature, but I found that it would work much better with a car to get to the flower fields outside of the town center, or maybe by renting a car. If you want to bungee jump you can do it here (pretty sure it's the place where Chis Broad and Connor went). If you want to go to Mitsumine Shrine, then that will likely require a car rental. I stayed not to far for the night, but the bus service was... let's say not the most convenient. There would also be a bunch of hiking trains in the area around the western side of Chichibu.
- Nagatoro : Walking next to the arakawa river is a must and you might want to also do a boat dire on the river. I then hiked Hodosan, but it was not that exciting. There is a famous kakigoori place there, super popular, that's the restaurant I waited the longest for in all my trip, then you get serve a big pile of shaved ice (with the syrup of your choice) and it cost more than a lot of full meals that I had, but I do not regret the refreshment on that hot day.
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