Continuing to Kumamoto

After Nagasaki, we hopped on a train and then a ferry and headed for Kumamoto.

I made a timelapse of the train ride (warning, don’t watch if you have vertigo or motion sickness.  It might not be a good idea).


Picture from the ferry.

Picture from the ferry.

Train to the port in Nagasaki.

Train to the port in Nagasaki.

Kumamoto has one of my favorite castles, but since I’ve been there twice before, I did not take many pictures.  The hostel we stayed at was fairly new and decorated interestingly.

Our room.

Our room.

Some photos of the place that I stole from their website:

The cool doors of the other private rooms on the first floor.

The entrance to the medium private room we stayed in. The lock on the door was interesting to say the least and annoying to say the most. The sliding wooden door at the front had a small bar on it. You had to slide the lock onto the bar and lock it.

The hallway on the first floor. On the left are closets for peoples’ belongings and on the right are private rooms. At the end of the hall is the medium private room where we stayed.












We only stayed in Kumamoto for one night.  The next day, we headed to the main station and grabbed  a bus back to Miyazaki.





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