One of the things I want to do more in the months to come is to become more involved with Ogijima as a community. In other words, not simply be a visitor there anymore. It won’t be easy, the language barrier remaining strong – last week I couldn’t attend
A beach on Naoshima with Ozuchishima and the Great Seto Bridge in the background.
Last June, I started a virtual guided visit of Konpira-san (sometimes spelled Kompira-san, but the official name is Kotohira-gū), maybe it’s time to resume it, and hopefully finish it before 2015. In case you forgot or missed the beginning, make sure you read it before going any further: Konpira-san First
Where I was today: Yayoi Kusama‘s Red Pumpkin on Naoshima.
Tamamo-jō Tsukimi Yagura (Takamatsu Castle’s Moon-viewing tower) in Takamatsu. One of the few remaining original parts of the castle.