また、この佐世保にも町の中にやっぱり あります教会が・・・。しかもりっぱ。正面は大きな通りで車が駐車できないような感じなので 裏の駐車場に車を止めて 裏からはいった。階段を上って
I went to Sasebo in Nagasaki for the first time! ! It is truly an extraterritorial zone where you cannot enter the US military base.
The US military base in Sasebo is scary
I went to Sasebo in Nagasaki for the first time, but is it really a US military base? Is it a dog of a very large battleship? Are you going to fix it? Anyway, she’s huge. Next to that is a residential area in the United States, and there was a gate that looked like an entrance for cars. . Is this area an extraterritorial zone of the United States? From the outside, there were various shops and it was quite busy, so I thought he was holding an event or something, but I was wrong. It made me feel like there are still places like this in Japan. Living in Osaka, he doesn’t have an area like this… I’m not used to it… Please excuse me.
I saw a warship.
So, I wanted to see the warship seen from the highway, so I parked my car in a parking lot around the corner and went to see this warship. This scenery is also in Kansai, Kansai or Maizuru, but it is similar to the scenery of warships in Maizuru, or rather, it is exactly the same. That’s right, it’s the Japanese navy, so I was free to look at it directly and take pictures. It’s the Japanese military, not the US military. However, if there is a base like this, it feels like an atomic bomb was dropped, but there must have been a large military base.
Catholic Miuracho Church in Sasebo
Also, in Sasebo, there is a church in the town. And it’s fine. The front is a big street and it feels like you can’t park your car, so I parked the car in the back parking lot and entered from the back. Climbing the stairs, he went to the main gate, and there was a steep staircase that faced a large road. Thinking that he would climb up these steep stairs and come up to this church made him feel amazing. The stairs are too steep! Catholic Miuracho Church! The Christ in front of you is really looking at this town, which is a great appeal! I’m scared to look at it, and I’m leaning forward. Please protect me.