We walked everywhere.
It was insane and mind boggling for me to see all the lights, billboards and advertisements along the river. It was an organized chaos. The amount of stuff was overwhelming. Constantly bombarded with new sights. But also feeling calm and like people were “in place”, everything felt like it is where it was supposed to be. Very purposeful.
The most counter-intuitive thing for me during my stay in Japan was the lack of trashcans, yet there was no litter or trash to be seen. Where did everyone put their trash? Their pockets?
We walked through a peaceful garden.
Paid notice to the warnings about how to treat and respect the deer.
And climbed Waskakau mountain. I don’t think I’ve ever seen such colorful leaves in my life.