|View of Mt. Bizan from our street.|
|"Into the woods and out of the woods and home before dark."|
|It was about here that remembered I forgot the "911" number|
for Japan. We were very careful not to get stung, bit, or
otherwise injured on our walk
(When we came down, I learned it. We'll be safe now).
|The path up the mountain is lined with graves|
of Tokushima's Meiji-Era rulers (Meiji is late 19th century).
|Looking out over the harbour toward Wakayama |
Prefecture on the main island of Honshu.
|Tokushima city. Can you see our house?|
Here, I'll help ...
|There it is!|
|A Japanese symbol of summer: wind chimes!|
I don't know why there were dozens of them
lining the stairway in the rope way ticket building,
but they are pretty, and I like listening to them.
|Coming down we took the rope way.|
It was much easier than the climb up.