Blue Bonnet

Yesterday, Teddy and I biked down to Nagoya Port and took a ferry to Blue Bonnet, a botanical garden.

Blue Bonnet is a botanical garden on a small island near Nagoya Port. They had a Halloween theme.

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There were cute Halloween trees.

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Pumpkins were decorated with black electrical tape.

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There was a very cute flower mosaic.

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There were tiny little fish in the river.

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This scarecrow had a pumpkin head made to look like a skull.

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There were really cool scenes of each season. This one is for summer.

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The sun shining over a gazebo.

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There was a huge, creepy spider.

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We also saw a beautiful butterfly.

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We watched this praying mantis struggle its way out of the water onto a lily pad. I was really glad it made it!

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These bees are one of those times that Japan makes me say, “Oh, HELL no!” That is a full sized lily pad, BTW.

We had some friends over that evening, and then, then today we went to Pupu Kitchen for a special lunch.

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The meal was a Korean inspired one. It was yummy!

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Dessert, on the other hand, was not as fabulous.

Well, that’s all for this weekend!

4 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Shirley Donehoo
    Oct 19, 2014 @ 23:49:08

    I don’t like that bee either! I also wasn’t very impressed with the spider! (You know how much I love insects.) How long did it take you to bike to the gardens?

    Reply

  2. Marie Elder
    Oct 20, 2014 @ 03:16:05

    Bees and spiders and bugs? Oh, my!!!!!! Love the pictures.

    Reply

  3. FrankieS
    Oct 21, 2014 @ 05:55:59

    Hey, your posts are so beautiful and wonderful. I hope you’ll keep enjoying your Japan stay very much.
    best wishes,
    FrankieS

    Reply

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