Touring the Kyoto countryside, one by one, Igan Cho, passing the roadside stalls, 82-year-old woman is busy with the rice dumplings for the New Year, so far she has been running this small store for 37 years 🍂 Time, once busy country road side small shop, With the opening of the expressway 🛣️, the number of pedestrians using this narrow national highway is very low. Visitors to small shops are very few ⋯.
Funayanosato Park in Kameshima, Ine Town, offers a panoramic view of the seascape of Ine Bay and the fishing village of Funayas. The sapphire blue sea and distinctive boat houses give this unique coastal style, and Egan is crowned with the reputation of Venice in Japan. In addition to the endless sea view, there is also a restaurant in the park that sells donations made with fresh fish every day. You can enjoy the freshest fish sashimi while watching the stunning scenery.
Featured by the contiguous fisherman’s houseboats, it is a very worthwhile attraction. It is rarely mentioned in domestic travel guides. My friend and I saw the introduction in a Taiwanese version of a travel book introducing Japanese characteristic towns. Then I searched for some articles written by Taiwanese travel bloggers before I went (for example, there is a blog called Stingy Boy). The transportation is not very convenient. You can also take the bus and transfer by yourself, but it is more troublesome and the transfer will not cost In short time, after consideration, we finally decided to add a few other interesting and convenient spots to charter. It takes about two hours from Kyoto Station to pass Amanohashidate on the way. The chartered driver is a guy from Northeast China who stayed in Japan. For a few years, after I arrived in Egan, I found that the scenery is as beautiful as it was introduced in the travel book. It is like a postcard. The green and clear water reflects the contiguous houseboats. The sky is blue. There are very few tourists. No Chinese people are seen along the way. , I saw only a few Taiwanese tourists and some Japanese tourists. The streets are very quiet and still maintain the original local taste. The chartered driver also said that he was the first time he came here and said it was beautiful and worth a visit. The main disadvantage is that it is relatively far away and inconvenient. If there are many people, it is recommended to charter a car.
JT bought the Pass of Kyoto by the Sea, so I can take this cruise for free. Those without a PASS can buy a ticket at the automatic ticket vending machine at the waiting area for an adult of 680 yuan. The cruise ship has two floors, and there is a pack of prawn crackers for ¥100 on the first floor stairs. Shrimp crackers are not bought to eat on their own, they are used to feed seagulls. This is also the most fun place on the Ine Bay めぐり cruise. How to feed it? Please see the picture! Yes, the correct way to feed is to hold the shrimp sticks, stretch your hands, and leave the rest to the seagulls. One thing to note, try to hold the bottom of the prawn sticks, and don’t put your fingers too close to the middle of the prawn sticks, otherwise the seagulls may peck you, or make your fingers full of saliva... The experience of the seagulls is very wonderful. Watching the seagulls staring at the shrimp sticks greedily, some of the timid will still hover over there. They are more cautious than the feeder, which makes people laugh. The seagulls disappeared after the shrimp sticks were used up. The next step is to take a boat to admire the boat house! The water in Egan Bay is really blue and blue, with the whole row of unique boat houses on the shore, it is really refreshing!
The transparent and beautiful sea, the dark green mountains, the rapidly changing color of the sky, and the colors of the boat houses that are representative of the Japanese style, are the colors of pure nature that can only be experienced in Ine Town
First of all, there are traffic problems. In fact, in addition to JR, there are Tango buses to choose from. There are two reasons: First, the budget. Kyoto JR to Ine is about 4000, while the bus only costs 2800 (I am getting on at Nishiyama Tenno Mountain, and you can also choose to get on at Kyoto Station. ); Second, less time, less than 2 hours. Not much to say about Egan's scene, just look at the picture.