There was a national holiday last Thursday, so I decided to take a ferry to Miho in Shizuoka. The place is famous for its beaches and a beautiful view of Mount Fuji if the weather is good. As the day went on, I found myself getting overly warm and ended up taking several quick dips to cool down.
On one of the few days where it wasn’t rainy or too hot, I went for a walk. In my city, there is this river, which hosts a wide array of life, including flying fish.
Today was a good day to visit the beach, so I did. The sea got a bit choppy in the afternoon, which meant for some great waves, much to the kids’ delight.
Shizuoka City, early May 2021. This moat once surrounded a castle, but now goes around some schools and a park.
Yaizu, Shizuoka, Japan.
A few minutes away from the station, there is a small river filled with enormous carp. On my day off, I spent some time watching them swim around and eat cherry blossom petals from the surface of the water.
Koi at Tokugawa Garden.
I’ve been so caught up in RL things that I haven’t had much time to even think about blogging. To be honest, I haven’t been very motivated to do so either. I’m hoping that’ll change once things have calmed down and a few other things have sorted themselves out.
He’s in your pond, eating your food. Lucky for you, he’s friendly.
Noritake Gardens,Nagoya, Japan.