We had south-west wind here in Shirahama today, and it was warmer then yesterday.
Sakura trees in our field are now blooming about 30% now!
I walked on the seaside road this morning after several days.
We had a little cold west wind today, but the blue sea water was shining under the clear sky.
When I was walking taking pictures I found out that the fisherman had been fishing sea cucumber.
We are able to see sea cucumber at the super market in winter.
I think most of the residents in and around Shimoda city love to eat sea cucumber.
Of course I have ever eaten it, but it is enough for me to eat just only once.
You can see the other pictures of Shirahama beach on our Facebook.
They are from India and live in Tokyo.
They came to Izu peinsula for the 1st time.
They took train to Shimizu station in Shizuoka Prefecutre and took ferry from Shimizu port to Toi port on the western side of Izu peninsula, and were able to see Mt. Fuji clearly on the way.
After they checked out they went to Kawazu Seven Waterfalls.
Thank you very much for staying with us.