Today we have no particular tour, just sorta wandering about Nagasaki, after spending most of the morning in the hotel - it'll be a more relaxing day versus our go-go-go touring.
We walk through a small bit of Chinatown still left in Nagasaki.
A dragon, a bell, and ooh look, an airplane propeller from around 1920 - not a replica.
Not so much the Honda logo is interesting here, but we've noticed that Japanese flags flying are few and far between in the places we've been to so far.
But, we do see a lot of cool motorcycles everywhere.
Now down along the waterfront, a vintage recreational trawler - a nice old boat.
Built in the 1800s by the Dutch for Japan, a paddle-wheeled sailing steamer - when Japan began to modernize and emerge from isolationism. This is a faithful replica built just a few decades ago.
Time for another conveyor belt sushi restaurant - this one has bullet train trays whisking our selections out to us.
Another sailing steamer playing heavily in the history of Japan's emergence into worldly involvement.
Here's how we get by when English is not provided - Google translate - often not perfect, but we get the ghist.
Old European homes of Western merchants who were involved in Japanese economic expansion in the 1800s. These survived the atomic bomb with their distance from ground zero and shielding provided by local terrain.
Here's a whimsical entry curtain from a home.
A nearby Shinto temple at sunset...
Ahhhhhhhhhhg, a dragon on the prowl.......no wait, it's ah, a, Tyrannosaur, that's worse!?
On the electric train tram thingy, the dragon T-rex hunt is over, day is done, ...
... except for the hotel's complimentary ramen evening soup in the complimentary hotel jammies.