Field Trip to Obuse, Part 2

Updated: Oct 8

Part 2, Shoujyu-en


The next nursery we went to was Shoujyu-en.  Shoujyu-en is owned by a man named Mr. Eura.  His specialty seems to be Shimpaku because there was so many of them there.  Were all amazed at the twist and turns the trees had and I was surprised to find out that a famous tree resides there.  I’m getting excited just talking about it.  I’m sure you’re excited to see some pictures, so here they are.














Heading home

After we left Mr. Eura’s nursery, we all went out to have lunch.  I’ve been eating some very different and interesting foods here in Japan so I thought I’d share some of it with you.  One day I’m going to write a post just about the different foods I’ve eaten here in Japan.




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