The Yukata truly envokes warm tinglies throughout my skin cover. The robesque clothing brings thoughts of roaming around a Japanese summer festival, the women seeming to glide across the spectrum. I find this garb sexy, not just for the fact of a Geisha wrapped in this manner, just the feeling and colors shake up my raw materials.
PLACES OF INTEREST
Built nearly 800 years ago, this lovely Shinto shrine is located near the centre of the city, and is the site of many festivities throughout the year. It consists of the main building, the hall of worship, and the inner shrine. Around both the inner shrine and hall of worship exquisite engravings can be seen.
Rakujuen Park, located near the city's railway station, was established in 1890. It contains volcanic rock along with grassy and wooded areas. In the autumn, a chrysanthemum exhibition is held.
Sano Art Museum
Mishima's Art Museum is named after locally born artist Ryuichi Sano. It exhibits his collection of ancient Japanese swords, Noh masks, and china. A restaurant, Ryuesen, and tea house, Seri, are located next to the museum.
Around 400 years ago the ruling shogunate built a fort on this site, which offers excellent views of Mt Fuji and Suruga Bay.
Founded by the Zen Hakuin Priest in 1761, it is a popular place to learn about Zen Bhuddism.
A short trip from Mishima, you can visit Mt fuji...