A Nice Morning Run in Niigata

I was back in Niigata this week.  Had a great run on Friday morning.

Shinano River - looking at it from Yachiyo Bridge.

Kannon and Jizo (wearing red hats and bibs)  statues at a local temple.

Cute figurines at a store window.

The entrance of the Niigata University Hospital.

Windmills at the park by Sea of Japan.

A fisherman on an island of tetrapods.

The shore was being repaired.

An old cannon at Don-yama.

Wind-blocking pine trees by the sea - looking southwestward (the sea  is on the right side of the picture).

And looking northeastward (the sea is on the left side of the picture).

Back at Shinano River - from Ryuto Bridge the last bridge before the mouth of the river.

The most famous bridge of the city - Bandai Bridge.

A picture of the first Bandai Bridge (wooden built in 1886).

One of the parks in the city.

A Shotengai in Furumachi (Old City).

Niigata Station (east side).

Weather was cool - looking more like Autumn.

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