Omihachiman city in Shiga prefecture. There were many merchants in this city.
An old street of stores and houses.
Votive picture tablets. They would form a Japanese abacus.
We could see the Sun was just setting in the distance of Lake Biwako.
Next day, we went to Tugaru city in Fukui prefecture.
A symbol of Turuga port.Many sailing ships anchored in this harbour a long time ago.
Former Turuga Port railroad station building. Many Japanese people went to Europe by way of the Trans-Siberian Railroad before The World War first. Using sailing ship from Turuga to Vladivostok.
Kihi-Jingu Shrine. There are many stone all-night lights in front of Kihi-Jinhu Shrine.
The gate of Kihi-Jingu Shrine.
We looked this sea from the hill. There was an ancient battlefield in this hill.
The last day, we stayed a hotel in Obama city The same name of Obama president in USA.
Many mackerel fish were landed in Obama fishing port. The salted fish were carried to Kyoto.
There were three routes from Obama to Kyoto. Each route was called " The route of Mackerel."
There are many fish stores in Obama shopping strees.
The gate of Shirahige Shrine. This shrine is located between Obama and Kyoto.
Sharing with Our World Tuesday.Walk and Click Wednesday.