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Sign for Tomonoura
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Ferry for Tomonoura
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Ferry boat from Takamatsu to Megishima. 20 min. ride.
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Megishima is associated with Momotaro, a famous folk tale.
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Megishima beach 女木島
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View from lookout deck
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Seto Inland Sea as seen from Megishima, Kagawa Pref.
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Looking toward Takamatsu
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Looking toward Ogishima in Seto Inland Sea. 男木島
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Leaving Megishima
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Seto Ohashi Bridge under construction in 1986.
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建設中の瀬戸大橋
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Kurashiki end
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The double decker still not installed.
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Seto Ohashi Bridge under construction in 1986, Kurashiki.
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Seto Ohashi Bridge under construction in 1986, Kurashiki. 瀬戸大橋
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Shimotsui Seto Bridge to Hitsuishijima island
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Start of the double decker from Kurashiki.
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Start of the double decker bridge.
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Boat cruise for seeing the bridge.
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Passed under the bridge.
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Shimotsui Station
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Foggy Seto Ohashi Bridge at Sakaide
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Foggy Seto Ohashi Bridge at Sakaide
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Foggy Seto Ohashi Bridge at Sakaide
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Miss Seto Ohashi for the Seto Ohashi Expo in 1988.
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Seto Ohashi Expo in 1988
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JR Shikoku Pavilion, Seto Ohashi Expo in 1988
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Shikoku Pavilion, Seto Ohashi Expo in 1988
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Ferris wheel, Seto Ohashi Expo in 1988
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Seto Ohashi Expo in 1988
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Old JR Sakaide Station. Notice the Seto Ohashi Bridge motif.
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Inside our boat to Kure from Etajima.
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Kure across the Inland Sea.
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Kure is a short boat ride from Etajima.
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On the way to Kure.
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A few islands in the Seto Inland Sea on the way to Kure. In Kure, we visited the Yamato Museum.
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It's a scenic boat ride between Ozushima and Tokuyama in the Seto Inland Sea with lots of boats.
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Oil refineries along Tokuyama.
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Leaving Ozushima.
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Quite a few islands in the Seto Inland Sea are scarred by cement makers.
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Secluded beach on an island. So many islands in Seto Island Sea.
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Tokuyama, Shunan
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Tokuyama Port offloading a container ship for Costco.
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Tokuyama Port offloading a container ship for Costco.
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There are a few small islands near Suo-Oshima, uninhabited.
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And a few white-sand beaches.
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Once in a while, we saw a white-sand beach.
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Rural bus stop
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Got off here at Suo-Hachiman stop in Kuka.
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Suo-Oshima island, Yamaguchi manhole
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Centipede
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On the island, I also visited the town of Kuka where there is a Hawaiian restaurant called Aloha Orange (unfortunately closed when I was there).
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Kuka Folk History Museum
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Hachiman Continuing Education Village has a folk history museum, meeting rooms, hall, cultural facilities, and a small cafe. 八幡生涯学習のむら
     
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