The Path Through Japan Chubu

After my stroll through Japan Kansai, I made my way to the bridge that now connects Japan Chubu in Second Life. This sim is the home of the great Matsumoto Castle, the kingdom’s shogun, samurai clans and ninjas. There are even agricultural regions here and the beautiful Lake House tucked away in the farming region.

Chubu has been the site of many role play conflicts of warriors, but most of the time it is a calm and peaceful domain. The move of Kansai adjacent to Chubu has created many new role play options. In fact, sim owner Amiryu Hosoi announced on the Hosoi Ichiba blog that new geisha, samurai and even yakuza are wanted to join Hosoi groups.

Second Life - The New Japan Chubu @ Hosoi 2012 by Yordie Sands

Shortly after you cross the bridge from Kansai,
the path to the magnificent pagoda of Hosoi
welcomes you to find your way.

Second Life - The New Japan Chubu @ Hosoi 2012 by Yordie Sands

The path to the Matsumoto Castle wends its way
along a different route but the castle stands
as the centerpiece of this beautiful region.

Second Life - The New Japan Chubu @ Hosoi 2012 by Yordie Sands

The Lake House is still hidden in the rice fields
but the pagoda still stands in the sky,
perhaps in a slightly different location.

Second Life - The New Japan Chubu @ Hosoi 2012 by Yordie Sands

The proximity of Chubu and Kansai has created
a surprising and enjoyable continuity to the region.

I’ll followup in the coming days with more information about roleplay opportunities and other news from these beautiful sims. Click here to visit Japan Chubu. Click here to visit Japan Kansai.

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About Yordie

I'm an avatar in Second Life where I star as the heroine of a virtual fantasy life. In the real world, I'm writing my debut sci-fi novel.
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One Response to The Path Through Japan Chubu

  1. riverpearl says:

    I want to visit these soon. I’m guessing I’ll need to get an appropriate outfit, which I don’t mind doing at all.

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