いい場所！ そんな大きくないですが十分大きいだと思う。 たいてい人はここにKaleidoscopeを見に来る。（私も…当然だね…） I just known when I arrived at the place that this Kaleidoscope once received a Guinness world record for being the world largest kaleidoscope room or something. すごいじゃん！
Normally people will have their picture taken here inside the kaleidoscope. But since I was there alone lol. I did not get to take the picture of myself though. But there is nothing bad about it isn’t it? :p
Beside from the kaleidoscope itself, there are also other kind of glass products which is kind of interesting too. However, it cannot be denied that the kaleidoscope room is absolutely the main attention here.
OK! I gave up. I was trying to find a way to quickly switch between Thai language and English language by my bluetooth keyboard connecting with iPad. T-T But I end up can’t find a way… So yeah, I will go with English today.
Due to covid’s breakout in Japan, I cannot get myself to go around the place that much. Fortunately, at the very end of autumn the covid situation was getting better. So I booked a bus tour to Kyoto!
It was quite a while for the autumn season in Japan. Hell, yeah… now it almost spring already but I can’t get myself to talk about Japan’s autumn until today. (But I can get myself to finish New year’s entry so damn quick… 自分が全然わからない。頭がおかしいかも。)
The route is all provided by the meitetsu bus tour. I really enjoyed it. I even come to like walking/hiking? around the town and almost buy a route book about it after came back from this trip.
I started from Ginkakuji (it is where the bus dropped us). I wandered around the town as being advised. Though I got lost a little in the end and have to find the way back to Konkaikomyoji Temple by google map lol.
OK. Since I posted the route as above, I will skip talking about it. ….And let’s get to the photo spreading only session…
I, like, took ton of photos that day and all of them are my fave. So I can’t get myself to decide and finally only posted 4 of them ;-;
This event was like being held a week or two before today. The event is all about the firework. We have got to enjoy it for an hour. Since I have always adore of all of the grand firework, I cannot give any comment on the technique/style/work or etc. But I really enjoy it. For entertainment alone was already worth the ticket money.
Actually, it is not only about the firework alone. It also having the storyline go along with it during the firework show. (But yeah, since the main of the event is the firework, you should not be expecting much for the storyline. Just see it as a supplement to add up the spice to the firework.)
For the part that I like apart from the finale set, it is the part where it is talking about sad stuff. I have never thought that the firework will get you real sad since it is always come with the cheerful vibe and festive stuff. But here, it go through both end of the spectrum. So I kind of like it.
This part of the museum wall is really impressive. It was built from the real soil and real soil color from the Fuji-san, representing its variety in the soil itself. I have never been to the Fuji-san myself so I cannot tell the how accurate the color is from here. But it is interesting enough for me that there is such a wide range in soil color found on Fuji-san.
Before coming to this museum, I have never thought that there will be this much of things can be talked about Fuji-san. You know, the content shown inside this museum is like a lot and not shallow at all! (At least in my point of view) They talk about the geological, living things there, how it is created, how it is meant to the local, spiritual view, etc. which if it was for me, I don’t think I can come up with this many and still be related.
Even though you are not interested in the Fuji Mt. stuff, I still think it is worth going for once. Since the architecture and building style of this museum is also something.
You know what, my photo skill is not that great enough to represent how great this place is. I was like, so surprised when I arrived to the place. On the picture that I have seen during doing the research is great enough which is no doubt. But normally like what all of you guys might have experienced, the picture we saw in the internet beforehand tend to be far more better than the real place. But this one is not like that!!!!! The real one is far more mesmerizing to the point that I dropped my jaw lol. May be it is also because that we went on the rainy season.
よければ、ぜひいつか行って見ってください！ 以上です。 ….. I have just come to realize in this point that the way I write this entry is so messed up. How can I use 3 different languages mixing together in an entry. Sorry but please bear with it T-T. It is so messed up since my brain is also messed up right now T-T.
It has been a while after I posted the first entry about my trip in Shizuoka… I feel like I sacrifice all my energy for work during the time I have been missing lol. I don’t feel like doing a damn thing during my free time anymore. Sometime I just let the time flew by by just surfing on some random site that I did not actually interested in it. What a time wasting!!! It can’t be helped though.
And yeah, now I am back. To tell you the truth, I can’t clearly remember what happened during the trip anymore, orderly. Lol I guess I start the day with some sashimi (in the don). It’s actually good. I did not expect it at all since it is some random restaurant that we promptly search at that time.
いい感じでしょう。 After we had our stomach full, we head to Mishima sky walk. There are lots of people there! Which I totally understand why after seeing all around the place. Apart from its famous sky walk, there are many activity for you to enjoy. Like, the owl cafe or adventure activities.
We spent some time at this Miyashima sky walk before we start heading to the most favorite place of mine for this trip. Tanuki lake!! *Warning* Please beware, now you are entering full stream photo posting mode