How would Natalia enjoy Kofu?

After dinner, Katya and I were talking about how to have fun in Kofu.

Kofu is a city OK, if not fancy.

However, it is not a suitable place for foreign tourists to stay in.  Now that Katya is working, Natalia should stay home alone. Where can she walk out?

We could not think of places for three of us (or four of us) to enjoy together in the evening after Katya and I come back from work, except for restaurants.

We will think about it.

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2 Responses to How would Natalia enjoy Kofu?

  1. AdelaideBen says:

    Sometimes it’s hard to see the things that are most interesting in a city – especially interesting in the eyes of visitors. I suppose there’s always the historical elements of the city or parks – I’m very fond of temple gardens as they always seem to mix well the beauty of nature and the beauty of humanity. Markets are always good places to visit as well. I’d also suggest some concert events (traditional music’s always a good way of experiencing a new city/country). Hope you find some good places to take Katya’s mother.

    It must be a good time for autumnal colour as well around now? (or is it too early in Kofu)?

  2. Muravej says:

    Thanks for your suggestions, Ben.

    The most difficult time is evening, after Katya and I come back; there is not much to do together.
    But so far, Natalia is doing OK, I think.

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