After leaving Takami’s house, we saw the Nirayama Reverberatory Furnace and Jouren Falls.
Inside the souvenir shop right outside of the furnace, there was a really cool display of Girls’ Day dolls, Boys’ Day dolls, and handmade cloth decorations.
This is a Year of the Rat decoration.
This octopus is part of one of the cloth decorations.
A decoration featuring Mt. Fuji.
Boys’ Day decorations.
A Boys’ Day display.
Me and Takami outside of the reverberatory furnace.
Teddy and Shu, Takami’s husband.
The reverberatory furnace.
After the furnace, we headed to Jouren-taki, a waterfall.
Takami and me in front of the falls.
The water and soil in this area are very beautiful, so the wasabi is famous in this area.
We tried wasabi dango, wasabi gelato, wasabi garlic chips, and more!
Teddy and me at the falls.
Well, that’s all for the falls! The next post will be about the Naka-izu Winery and Hotel!