– no commentary, only captions – late day 3, early day 4

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Matsumoto Castle, Night. End of Day 3

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Matsumoto Castle (should probably crop this photo). End of Day 3

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Matsumoto Castle (and I should straighten this one). End of Day 3

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Kamikochi, just outside of Matsumoto, Japanese Alps. (Day 4, morning)

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Kamikochi, just outside of Matsumoto, Japanese Alps. (Day 4, morning)

Kamikochi, just outside of Matsumoto, Japanese Alps, Sansei Soba (mountain vegetables soba). Day 4, lunch

Kamikochi, just outside of Matsumoto, Japanese Alps, Sansei Soba (Mountain vegetable soba). River in background. Gorgeous place to eat lunch. Day 4.

The restaurant. It’s been serving food to pilgrims and travellers since way back when. Kamikochi, Japan Alps. Day 4.

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3 Comments on “– no commentary, only captions – late day 3, early day 4”

  1. UBSkyLine Says:

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  2. Jim D G Miles Says:

    Lovely pics. Getting the hang of that new camera, I see!

    • theheartbeatsoftly Says:

      Indeed! It didn’t seem to come with a cable (strange), so I’ve got to wait for my card reader to upload my Aussie pics (I’ve just returned). No card reader at home, and I didn’t buy a cable either. Just 100 yen from the 100 yen shop, my friend tells me, so I’ll force myself 😉


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