Hagi Matsuri mikoshi
Eating watermelon (suika, スイカ) after the local mikoshi parade.
She’s “only 55”
Sashimi donburi set in Masuda
Finger sacks at the pharmacy
Flaming abalone in butter, bought for us by a Yonago veterinarian at the sushi restaurant
Hagi Matsuri participation: get a headband, help push a mikoshi around the neighborhood, eat some watermelon
Drive along the coast from Hagi to Yonago
Excellent donburi lunch in Masuda at 田吾作
Check in to Rest House Kaike Onsen
Amazing sushi dinner at なる美寿司
At the Hagi Seaside Market
Elaine san shopping at the Hagi Seaside Market
Creepy display at Yuzu Honten
Nice Hagi Yaki that we could not afford.
Elaine’s yakiniku birthday dinner–Kenran at Midoriya Farm
Hagi Natsu Matsuri (Summer Festival)
ELAINE’S 40TH BIRTHDAY
Hagi yaki shopping
Lunch at Hagi fish market
Yuzu Honten, soft serve
Hagi glass center
More Hagi yaki shopping
Matsuri stroll, dragon dance
Midori yakiniku restaurant
Hagi old town.
Ensei-ji: rotating the earthquake-proof supports underneath this huge stone lantern.
Ensei-ji: Elaine with fellow 1976 Dragon and Ensei-ji guide Masako.
The lighthouse and fish tanks at Hagi Shinkai. Your dinner is in there.
Hanabi (fireworks) on the beach during the Hagi Summer Festival.
Hagi old town, former residence tours (Takayoshi Kido, Aoki Shūsuke)
Hagi yaki shopping
Lunch at Hotoritei
Hagi pottery museum
Hagi Shinkai (fish restaurant)
Hanabi on the beach (Hagi Natsu Matsuri/Summer Festival)
“Dutch Iced Coffee,” grocery store cafe in Shin Osaka
I know the difference.
Our rental car at the Joei-ji parking lot.
View of the “Sesshutei” garden at Joei-ji.
Shinkansen to Shin Yamaguchi
Bento box lunch from Shin Ōsaka station
Pick up rental car, test drive around the neighborhood
Drive to Hagi, check in to Hostel Hagi Time
Walk through Hagi shopping arcade, grocery store
Dinner at こづち Kozuchi Izakaya