A summary of the following fifty-seven photos in this post- more flowers, a wedding couple from HK, the streets (and mountains) of Furano, and an awfully fun time at an izakaya.
I’d been meaning to take an outfit shot at this wall the previous day:
There’s this hilarious story behind this jumper (at my expense, as usual). It was very sunny in Tokyo, so I got around to wearing my shades. When I squeezed into the crowd for the massive clothing sale, I picked out two jumpers and asked Senpai for her opinion.
“Which one is nicer, the brown one or the not-so-brown one?” I asked.
I didn’t understand her look of confusion until later on that night when I took it out to pack into the luggage. “Omg it’s black!” I exclaimed. Apparently I’d forgotten that I was wearing my shades while shopping. XDD
We then spent the night laughing at all the stupid things I’d done ever since touching foot in Japan. Like inserting the Suica card into the ticketing slot (which was a very bad thing to do) and etc. Sometimes I wonder if my brain cells have all atrophied. OTL
I’d originally wanted to go to the wall through this route, but the people of Hokkaido seem to love spiders. They actually live long and prosper in this place! In this case, there were three gigantic webs obstructing the way. :(
Shikisai no Oka
We left the place and walked towards the nearest station (not advisable- either drive, take a bus, or cycle):
After that we rented bicycles near a station and cycled down to Kanno Farm.
After that we went back and walked around Furano.
We had dinner at Robata, an izakaya highly recommended by Sumire.
Somehow we struck up a conversation with these two ladies (by that I mean Senpai talked to them and I nodded my head at the appropriate times HAHAHA). And then after that it somehow turned into chatting with people across the table as well. It was like the whole place turned into one whole big meet & greet session! Awesomely awesome people. ♥♥♥
And then it was back again to Sumire Ryokan where I tried to molest the cats again:
Next, we leave Sumire Ryokan (noessss) and head down to the gorges of Sounkyo, plus chanting hairy crab all the way to dinner time at Asahikawa! Yummeh.