Yes, that is exactly what you're seeing. I'm not sure what the story is but it does seem like a wishing spot.The blue sky sure does make a nice background in your photos ... which are still very awesome!
So was I seeing things, or were there three tall rocks on the ground with money all around them? Looks like some kind of wishing spot?
Thank you! So cool, right?So, all of your photos in Japan are outstanding. But, do you know which one caught my attention the most in day 8? It was that vending machine for umbrellas!!!
I am not particularly religious myself but I do like the Episcopal church, especially since I have held several staff singer positions in various Episcopal churches since college.Woot, Woot!.
All my knowledge of the bullet train comes from an old Playhouse Disney mini show called Choo Choo Soul. LolDay 9: Tuesday, December 25
Today we didn't need to wake up early, but of course M and I did anyway as we were still jet-lagged. We had our Lawson egg salad and instant coffee from the hostel. Everyone finished packing and we checked out right around 11am.
We didn't actually use this because there was someone at the front desk to take the key and check us out.
Bye, Mezame Kyoto!
Bye, PURRRRRecious kitty friend!
We made our way to Kyoto Station for the last time.
RAINBOW COFFEE BOSS!!
And cold milk tea for me!
We easily found the Shinkansen gates and found ourselves in a totally different part of the station. There were lots of shops and cafes for those waiting for their bullet train.
Everyone bought something to eat for lunch on the train, and about 20 minutes before our departure we went out to our platform.
Up next: SHIN-KAN-SEN! SHIN-KAN-SEN!