Regular readers may recall that I took a trip out to five of the seven Izu Islands in August of last year. En route to Tokyo, I stopped in the southern Izu Peninsula where I reunited with the lovely Lady Curzon. We spent some time in the southern peninsula to enjoy the natural hot springs.
The Curzons in Izu.
I don't have much to add, so I'll just let you enjoy some of the photographs.
Gravestones on the side of a mountain path.
A Japanese Christmas wreath; or, more accurately, a Shinto arrangement celebrating the new year.
Izu oranges, a famous citrus native to Japan.
The rising sun.
A local restaurant.
Mt. Fuji, seen en route to Tokyo.