It’s getting cooler in the morning and evening in Nagasaki, but it’s still hot at daytime.
Here’s a Mongolian girl who help us cleaning and at the last day of her work, she kindly gave us Mongolian chess.
It’s very unique because pieces are made based on something related to Mongol.
For example instead of normal pieces, they put yurt, camel and Genghis Khan.
We went to art museum to have a look at an exhibition by an artist who stayed in AKARI.
It’s Chilean art called Arpilleras. It was not only cute but also interesting, because these art works are reflecting severe political situation when military took control of the country.
On the way to the museum, we saw this beautiful scenery.
It’s one of the old western houses in Dejima, and on the back Inasa mountain, which is famous for its night view , is in the sight.
These leaflets are guesthouses and cafes that AKARI staff has been to during a trip to islands in Nagasaki prefecture.
This is new paper cranes‘ board.
They are about to go and have a walk near the hostel.
On the left our volunteer guide and on the right they are our guests.
Our short walk program is where you can hang around with Nagasaki locals.
Enjoy the walk!
Autumn is just around the corner.
Enjoy reading, exercising, and don’t forget eating delicious foods!