My Japan Weaving Tour – Day 13

Day 13. Visiting Karatsu, a town known for making pottery. My hotel room. Everyone had individual rooms. I’m glad I didn’t have my big suitcase with me. We will see pottery tomorrow.

The tiny bathroom in our hotel. Japanese toilets are really complicated and accommodating. The lid flips up automatically when you approach and we are surprised when the seat isn’t heated. Sound effects come on sometimes when you sit down. I haven’t tried any of the other treatments available. But it is awfully nice to be able to sit down and always find toilet paper when traveling in Japan.

After a soba dinner we came across a group playing flute and drum music. They were practicing for a festival parade coming up in a few days.

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  1. I love the Japanese toilets! I priced them here and they are $4000! Even in that tiny room, I bet you had tea making equipment and the bed was comfortable.


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