JAPAN PHOTOS by Philbert Ono

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Tottori Prefecture's second most popular hot spring. 25-min. bus ride from JR Kurayoshi Station.
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At the spur of the moment, just decided to hop on the bus and take a casual look at Misasa Onsen. Nothing serious. Maybe next time.
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The river has a nice outdoor bath.
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The river has a nice outdoor bath for mixed bathing. (Probably no women.) Kawaraburo
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Misasa Onsen's free outdoor bath next to the river. Kawaraburo
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Song monument for the Misasa Kouta folk song composed by Composed impromptu in 1927 by famous poet and minyo composer Noguchi Ujo (野口雨情) who was visiting the onsen and drinking beer in a ryokan while writing the lyrics.
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This statue shows a famous scene from the "Misasa Kouta" silent movie that was made for the song in 1929.
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Song monument for Misasa Kouta folk song composed in 1927. Inscribed with the song's first two lines. 三朝小唄 歌碑The monument is near the river.
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One of the main streets of Misasa Onsen.
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Hot Plaza tourist facility and bus stop.
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Inside Hot Plaza tourist facility and bus stop.
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Bus back to Kurayoshi Station.
   
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