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Tagged as Odd Japanese seaside towns, When you need to get away, You can find perfumes in the most unexpected places
Such a beautiful staircase! Looks like it could be a stream bed.
In the flesh it was kind of disturbing.
Sorry just realized which staircase you were talking about : yes, I love that aspect of Japanese aesthetics, truly fusing nature, beauty and functionality. I think the people’s lives are so overpressured and stressed that they truly need something sublime to redress the imbalance. People LIVE for such places here. Hot springs are an essential part of the culture, absolutely.
Just reading your headline about a “weird little seaside town” I thought, “I bet he’s going to Atami.” Ha ha. I was there once in 1989. It really left a mark!
I would love to have been there in 1989, right in the bubble. It must surely have been more dynamic then. What was it like?
That photo = my idea of Japanese nirvana.
Such nirvanas exist all over the place!
I hope you had an absolutely glorious time. That photo of the stairs is so mystical looking, I would love to see it for real. Looking forward to your next post, hopefully recounting this weekend getaway.
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