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I, who was born and raised in Tokushima, enjoyed sightseeing in Tokushima alone.


This week we toured the western part of Tokushima Prefecture.

First of all, I drove from 6:00 a.m. to cross the Kazura Bridge. From where I live, it takes about two hours. So we left early in the morning when it would be relatively empty.

Now it's time to go to Kazura Bridge!

We encounter a rat catcher rather quickly and are greatly freaked out, but since we are driving safely to begin with, we pass through without any problems. But the policemen are hard to deal with at 6:30 in the morning.

I was unfamiliar with the area around the Kazura Bridge, and I didn't know where I was going. And I am fatally directionally deaf (I forget my way in the blink of an eye). So I relied on the car navigation system and kept going, and going.

About two hours after our departure, we took a break at the Kazura Bridge.
The view from there was beautiful, so we recovered while taking pictures.

Around 8:30 a.m., we arrived at the Kazura Bridge, which we had longed for. By the way, I heard that you can cross the bridge from 7:00 in the morning. Since it was still early in the morning, the paid parking lot was empty and we could park there as long as we wanted.

Out of the car and onto the Kazura Bridge!

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