Photographer's Note

When it gets down from Tateyama Station and it walks wide street about 5 minutes from the west entrance of the station, it will come out to the Hōjō seashore. The front is the ocean in Tokyo Bay. In the seashore, people is hardly seen probably because of a weekday, either. The sound of the wave which rolls in to the seashore regularly was strangely sad. In the offing, several cargo boats were at anchor. I walked along sands in the direction of a pier slowly. The wooden pier and the pier of concrete were parallel, and they are both extended in the direction of the offing. There will be both of lengths of about 150 m. In the middle of the pier, two fihermen were hanging down the pole. This time could fish what. Olive flounder, Sillaginidae etc., are seemed. It was the cloudy day and it was leaden unluckily. Seemingly, Mt. Fuji is visible to the other front of Tokyo Bay on a fine day. Although it entered in spring, it was one still chilly day. Since it was becoming gloomy, I came back at the station and was attached to return way home. Here is at the tip of Bōsō Peninsula, it is located in the place like 2 hours and a half by train from the center of Tokyo. And, it is also a place crowded with a sea bather when it becomes summer.

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Additional Photos by mikio kato (kato) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 1386 W: 219 N: 3395] (11630)
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