Sumary of Three spots in Japan will make your transition back to travel an educational one:
- Along the Dragon Tail The two-car train on the Ofunato Line departed Ichinoseki Station at 10:17 a.
- Eleven minutes into the 88-minute journey eastward toward Kesennuma, Miyagi Prefecture, the train, called the “Dragon Tail” by locals, owing to the route being shaped like the mythical serpent, slowed to a halt and jostled from side to side.
- He seemed visibly nervous when he learned toward me, most likely pondering whether his native Japanese would be understood.
- Not wanting to prolong his apparent discomfort, I softly responded, “Kesennuma.
- A visibly disturbed teenage boy paced the aisle, repeatedly asking an elderly couple about the earthquake’s magnitude.
- ”After an earthquake, passengers of a train headed for Kesennuma, Miyagi Prefecture, get out and walk the rest of their journey.