Yesterday I took a nice stroll through the new Japan Kansai in the Hosoi sim group. I shot a few photos but again I’m presenting only a few views of what I found. The reason is because I feel you’ll find a visit to the new sims to be at once reassuring but also full of surprises. And just so everyone understands, these sims are open for role play and there are many groups you can join including geisha, samurai, ninja or even theater performers. I’ll talk more about the role play in the next few days.
Speaking of the kabuki theater,
there are notices advertising for performers.
I’ve performed here myself on a couple of occassions.
This will reassure all the people of the sea that
the beautiful harbor and village are waiting.
High above the hanamachi (flower town), up the hill,
the view of the town has changed quite a bit.
In the far distance you can see the Matsumoto Castle!
This is one of my favorite changes between the old and new.
Although empty now, this beautiful okiya in the center of Kansai
will soon fill with the beauty of geico and their apprentices.
I’m a little tempted to see if I can join, but my skills are
so out of date I’d had to begin as a minari I’m afraid.
I want to assure friends of the Hosoi sim group, those who feel the loss of Kanto and the Great Wall sims, this new arrangement adds a new dimension. I believe that much has been gained by connecting these two sim, especially for those who roleplay.
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