Got the bus to Ise Jingu the most sacred Shinto shrine in Japan. Tsunami and earthquake notice a bit worrying 


Ise Jingu is rebuilt every 20 years and holds the sacred mirror used at the coronation of a new emperor 

 Nearby shopping street with freshly squozen (this is a real word) orange juice


Really unusual Japanese castle – they’re usually black/white. Got the feeling from our Japanese friends on the bus that they didn’t quite approve 


Learning how to do calligraphy with a Buddhist monk

Leaving Toba 


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