This time, we ride south from Narita Airport for a vibrant spring ride through the Boso Peninsula. It's April, and the cherry blossom trees are in full bloom! First, we ride along Japan's second-longest river, which makes the peninsula a great place for farming, and see a festival created to pray for a good harvest. We also visit a secluded inn and try dishes made with freshly picked bamboo shoots. Our ride ends near the coast, where we learn about the unique spirit of some chic fishermen!
Boats like this were once key for life in this canal city
Women planting rice in a ceremony to pray for a good harvest
The chic kimono worn by skilled fishermen
One of many vibrant scenes of the Boso Peninsula in spring