Friday, November 7, 2008
A Japan Times article on Miyazaki's own monstrosity. As usual, I feel it could have been a lot better written and more informative. It mentions that canoeing and surfing are available, but I don't think any novice would find the surf off of Hitotsuba anything close to forgiving. It is a hard break and not particularly charming as scenery. The writer hits on the main point, if only accidently; Seagaia is better as a pine forrest and a natural beach. Which it was....before it was built. What a paradox.
attempting to silence the voices in my head.