The day returning home after a week-long stay in Okinawa. After having the usual delicious breakfast at the hotel, went for a walk around Shuri Town. At Ryutan Pond next to Shuri Castle, carp streamers were already fluttering in the wind.
Today, would walk to the bottom of Kinjocho Cobblestone street. A pleasant stroll around Shuri Town was the daily routine every morning, blessed with fine weather. Highly recommend strolling around Shuri Castle in combination with Shuri Town.
View from the hotel room. Could see white boats in Port Naha.
The pool. It was open, but the water temperature did not rise, so could only look at it during the stay. The water temperature has to be above 22 degrees Celsius for swimming, but still can relax by the pool.
Bought a cheesecake at Puzo Cheesecake Cellar, a popular sweet shop at Naha Airport. This Naha-based company operates restaurants, wine stores, and sweet shops. All of the businesses are in difficulty, but hope they do well, as there is an example of a successful cheese tart from Sapporo.
Just after takeoff, the sun in the west was very beautiful, just like when came to Okinawa.
Seemed a crosswind near Haneda so went down to Runway B. Passed by Tokyo Disneyland.
Tokyo Tower and Rainbow Bridge. Coming to Runway B soon.
As soon as got home, had a Reirou sake from Sasaki Sake Brewery in Natori, Miyagi with a carafe and glasses by Ganja Genkichi. Sasaki Sake Brewery was established in 1871 and was completely wiped out by Tsunami of the earthquake, but was successfully revived. The sake has a concentrated flavor, a typical of Japanese sake, and can taste it deeply.
The next morning, had the Puzo cheesecake that had been looking forward to. New York style, with crispy caramel on top and creamy inside. Yummy.
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