A blog on War gaming in North-eastern North America from 1670-1815, the life of an ex EFL instructor, a family man formerly in Japan and now in Canada , a camper, a reenactor, a drummer, and all round crazy but home Nova Scotian. Having worked in Security, have now found a new career in the culinary arts.
Friday, 5 December 2014
What you find when wandering: Port of Chiba
The inscription didn't turn out so well. It basically states that Chiba Port Tower was built in 1986 to commerate Chiba-prefecture achieving a population of five million.
Chiba Port Tower. It looked cool with the sun behind it.
Looking towards Tokyo, Fuji is there, except my phone camera doesn't have a zoom function.
This model is of the first ship which sailed from Vancouver, British Columbia back in 1953 to Chiba. It brought the first load of iron ore for the reconstruction of Japan following World War Two, and the Korean conflict.