The day started with a big nice japanese breakfast, a lot different from the swedish ones.
Before taking a look at their beautiful japanese garden. With big kooi fishes, the yellow one is almost 30 years old.
Then we went to Megs grandmothers small farm where she grows vegetables such as grapes, aubergins, cucumber, chilli etc.
Some friends of Megs grandmother.
Later we took a trip to a local temple, which was very nice and interesting to see. Located higher up in the village in a calming environment.
Meg and Cissi
Meg show how you wash your hands at the temple.
Cissi, Meg and Linda in Megs garden before leaving for Naoshima. We spended a couple of hours in the car to get there. With us we hade Megs parents.
After a short boat trip, we arrived only to realize that the museums were closed for the day. Good for us that they at least hade one art piece outside...
A big pumpkin, so we just walked around for a while looking at the ocean.
Sunset over the island.
It was a nice day, and before leaving we found a cool cafe. It was like walking straight back in to the fifties. A cafe combined with antiques and secondhand.
After a quick coffee break we took the boat back, to catch the train to go to Osaka. Where we stayed at Megs friend.