Today's trip took us to Rothenburg ob der Tauber, one of Germany's most popular tourist destinations, dearly beloved especially by Japanese tourists... ;-)
But most of them sat motionless in the shadow, because the maximum temperature of the day was nearly 38°C at the afternoon, inside Rothenburg's town wall possibly even higher.
One of the ambitious Japanese even during today's hot temperatures was the artist and painter Eichii Takeyama, who has two ateliers: One at Tokyo, one at Rothenburg.
Takeyama-san signing some of his postcards with Rothenburg motifs for me with his personal name stamp.
Rack with some of Takeyama's Rothenburg postcards outside his atelier and shop.
One of Rothenburg's many picturesque places: Roederbogen and Markusturm.
Even these are photos of today: Christmas tree at the entrance of Kaethe Wohlfahrts Christmas shop (taking photos "strictly" forbidden) and a Christmas bulb in the form of the Japanese flag... ;-)
Any orthographic mistakes on the black board, my Japanese blog fellows!?!?!
Tokyo, I'm coming...