＜ 2. Maps show we visited places, its top is the north ＞
＜ ２．旅行したルート、上が北 ＞
Upper map: A red line shows areas that I already introduced, and a yellow line shows areas that I introduces from this time.
Lower map: a yellow line shows areas that I introduces from this time.
Two red arrows show famous sightseeing areas, Ine bay and Amanohashidate.
＜ 3. Ine bay ＞
＜ ３． 伊根湾 ＞
Upper photo: this is a satellite photo that is a expansion of Ine bey.
The map’s top is the north.
A yellow circle is an observation deck in “Funaya” (boat houses) of Ine bay.
No. 1 and 2 are the shooting locations from the port.
A red arrow shows the direction that I took the lower photo from.
＜ 5. I am overlooking Ine bay from the observation deck ＞
＜ ５．展望台から伊根湾を見下ろす ＞
These photos are arranged from the top in order of taking the photos from the left side to right side.
The reason why this Ine fishing port is a natural good port is that three elements overlapped.
There is a large volume of fish caught in Wakasa bay.
Then, the bay is oriented to the south that doesn’t suffer from winter angry waves while it faces the Sea of Japan.
Furthermore, the wind has little influence on the big bay because there is an island in the center of the entrance of the bay.
＜ 9. sceneries between Ine bay and Amanohashidate ＞
＜ ９． 伊根湾を出て天橋立まで ＞
Upper photo: I see the back (the south side) of Wakasa Bay.
Central photo: I see a peninsula at the back of Miyazu bay.
Lower photo: a green thin belt that is extending over the sea is rows of approximately 8,000 pine trees of Amanohashidate.
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I introduce scenes from Tango-matushima to Kyouga-cape.
＜ 2. map of places we visited ＞
＜ ２．今回の訪問地MAP ＞
Upper photo: this shows the range that we visited this time.
The map’s top is the north.
We started from the left side ( west side).
Lower photo: this shows the range I introduce with my photos.
The map’s top is the south.
No.1= Inugasaki park. No.2= a cape. No.3=Kyougasaki cape.
＜ 3. Views of Tango-matushima from Inugasaki park ＞
＜ ３． 犬ケ岬園地から丹後松島を望む ＞
A cape thrusting into distant sea is Kyougasaki cape that is the northern end of Kyoto prefecture.
As we rotate around that cape, we go along Wakasa Bay.
＜ 4. the cape 1 ＞
＜ ４． 岬から １ ＞
When we are driving a car, I found a favorite cape.
This cape was shown No.2 of the map.
＜ 5. the cape 2 ＞
＜ ５．岬から ２ ＞
I was surprised that people have made many fields on top of the narrow cape, and moreover have built their graveyard on the tip.
It was just time of the rice planting.
Their village stretches long and thinly on the mountain-side slope across the road.
It is a view of the west side from the cape.
Inugasaki cape is seen distantly.
A small fishing port is seen on the way.
＜ 7. Views from the observation deck on the Kyougasaki cape ＞
＜ ７． 経ケ岬の展望台から ＞
I overlook the west side from the observation deck.
Upper photo: Tango-matushima.
Lower photo: an expansion of the upper photo.
A yellow arrow shows the cape having the graveyard.
The sea side of the graveyard is covered in the trees of windbreak.
＜ 1. The island of Taiza fishing village ＞
＜ １． 間人（たいざ）の城島 ＞
From today, I introduce Tango Peninsula in North Kyoto.
＜ 2. maps of Tango Peninsula and Amino ＞
＜ ２． 丹後半島と網野の地図 ＞
Upper map: the red line is our route of Tango Peninsula.
The top of the map shows the north.
Today, I introduce No. 1 Amino, No. 2 Taiza, and No. 3 Tateiwa rock.
Lower map: this is a satellite photo that is a expansion of Amino (NO.1) in the upper map.
The top of the map shows the south.
No. 1 is the ancient burial mound of Choshi mountain I introduce today.
NO.2 is a peninsula with an ancient burial mound in the lake, NO.3 is the beach, and No. 4 is Amino fishing port that I introduced previous time.
＜ 3. the ancient burial mound of Choshi mountain ＞
＜ ３． 銚子山古墳 ＞
Upper map: this ancient burial mound was built on the edge of the small hill at the end of fourth century.
The top of the map shows the north.
We walked along the brown line.
Lower map: a detailed map of the ancient burial mound.
The large keyhole-shaped tomb mound in the center is 200 meters in the total length, 20 meters in height, and has two small ancient burial mounds at the both sides.
This ancient burial mound is the largest in the Sea of Japan side, and “ three ancient burial mounds by the Sea of the Japan” including it are all in this Tango Peninsula.
It suggests this area were connected to Yamato sovereignty in Nara, and this king had extensive authority.
In addition, we saw this area were connected with the continent at previous time.
＜ 6. seashore on the way to Taiza ＞
＜ ６． 間人までの海岸 ＞
Upper photo: a small hill thrusting into the sea is around Taiza.
Lower photo: looking back at our road from Taiza.
＜ 7. Taiza fishing village ＞
＜ ７． 間人（たいざ） ＞
Upper photo: a small island connecting the village with a bridge.
Central photo: a shrine in the island.
Lower photo: the fishing port.
This port is famous for snow crab, and this area has many legends concerning Prince Shotoku ( the 6th -7th century).
In addition, there was once a custom of facing a dead person toward continent and burying it.
This also indicates the connection with an Imperial Court of Nara in ancient times and with the continent.
＜ 8. inlet of the port ＞
＜ ８． 間人の入り江 ＞
we see colorful seaweeds in pellucid seawater.
＜ 9. going a circuit of the island ＞
＜ ９． 島を一周 ＞
＜ 10. Tateiwa rock ＞
＜ １０．立岩 ＞
I was often surprised when I went round this peninsula without preparing.
This secluded area facing the Sea of Japan had ever the connection with continent and ancient Nara.
I find an ancient romance in original scenery of Japan.
This continues the next time. 感想
＜ 3. The upper photo is No.2, the lower it is No.3 ＞
＜ ３．上はNo２、下はNo３ ＞
No.2: View of the rising sun from our ship on the Mediterranean Sea on the way to Barcelona.
No.3: At little distance from Barcelona.
＜ 4. The upper photo is No.4, the lower it is No.5 ＞
＜ ４． 上はNo４、下はNo５ ＞
No.4: In Barcelona.
No.5: View from our ship on the Mediterranean Sea on the way to Casablanca from Barcelona.
＜ 5. The upper photo is No.6, the lower it is No.7 ＞
＜ ５．上はNo６，下はNo７ ＞
No.6 and No.7: View from our ship on the Mediterranean Sea on the way to Casablanca from Barcelona.
The sea in that day became the swelling wave, and our ship continued rolling all day.
When we went in the Atlantic, our ship often continued rolling, but I didn’t get seasick.
When I walked through the ship, except in the case of my wobbling slightly wasn’t problem.
No.7: A ship like a cargo boat is seen out at sea, but I almost didn’t see a ship on the sea.
＜ 6. The upper photo is No.8, the lower it is No.9 ＞
＜ ６．上はNo８，下はNo９ ＞
No.8: Hassan II mosque in Casablanca before noon.
It mists with the sea breeze.
No.9: The big wave from the Atlantic is lapping the shore of Casablanca in the afternoon.
＜ 7. The upper photo is No.10, the lower it is No.11 ＞
＜ ７．上はNo１０，下はNo１１ ＞
No.10: View from our ship on the Atlantic on the way to Tenerife island from Casablanca in the afternoon.
No.11: At little distance from Tenerife island in the morning.
We can see two vanishing ships like a ferry that seems to connect with remote islands.
I could not see fishing boat on the sea.
＜ 8. No.12 ＞
＜ ８．No１２ ＞
The snow and sea of clouds of Mount Teide in Tenerife island in the afternoon.
＜ 9. The upper photo is No.13, the lower it is No.14 ＞
＜ ９．上はNo１３，下はNo１４ ＞
It was immediately after departing from Tenerife island in the early evening.
This weather turned bad suddenly when visiting at this port in morning and departing from it in an evening.
＜ 10. The upper photo is No.15, the lower it is No.16 ＞
＜ １０．上はNo１５，下はNo１６ ＞
No.15: Madeira island in the afternoon.
No.16: It was immediately after departing from Malaga port at noon.
A part of reasons why I chose this cruise tour was that I wanted to see the stormy Mediterranean Sea of winter, and also see the Canary Islands that was involved with a beginning of the Age of Discovery.