After wandering around Seisen-ryo and enjoying the idyllic rural scenery I found myself in need of sustenance, and after a short search I found just what I wanted - a charming bakery with a French name and very tasty looking bread.I selected olive focaccia and a flat chewy bread full of sunflower and pumpkin seeds, and enjoyed them on the wooden deck outside the door.
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I fell in love with Japan long before I came here in 2003 to teach English, and it has proved to be a lasting romance. I love the history, the traditional architecture, the food, the strange and sometimes ridiculous contrasts, and the beautiful countryside. I lived in Shiga prefecture for one year, and in Kyoto for nine years, and now I live in Machida in Tokyo. I've traveled a little in Japan, but not nearly as much as I'd like to. I like traveling by train, but my favorite way to travel is bicycle.