Sunday, January 28, 2018

Sueyoshi Park, Naha

This is a fantastic park near the Shiritsubyoin-Mae Yuirail station. Some of the trails are a bit steep, but there's no hurry to get anywhere, so you can take your time on the meandering trails.










Going to the Shrine on one of the first three days of January is a must in Japan, and lucky for us, there is a shrine here.






We bought sandwiches at Subway and apples and drinks at the grocery so we could have a picnic.  We were very surprised to see a mongoose near our lunch spot.  I love seeing "real live nature"!






This is a great place to spend an afternoon!







8 comments:

  1. Hi Pamela ,wow what a lovely spot for your picnic ,i love hearing about the customs in Japan,i have never seen a mongoose before it reminds me of a squirrel,thankyou for sharing Pamela xx

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  2. Love that tree with the red fluffy flowers.

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  3. What a beautiful place to spend the afternoon, I haven't seen a mongoose either. Thanks for taking us to the park.

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  4. The trails are beautiful Pamela, and so much interest to see... what a great day

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  5. I love seeing all your photos of Japan. I also enjoyed seeing the progression of your cross stitch calendar. I thought of you when I saw this link: stitch along - joyful world by the snowflower diaries in facebook. It is also a calendar of great charm.

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  6. Another day well spend - so much nature! It looks very nice and peaceful.

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  7. Interesting photos. I think that mongoose is posing for you. You always find the best places to visit!!
    xx, Carol

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