Toba Station - Surrounding Area

Surrounding Area

  • Mikimoto Pearl Island
  • Toba Aquarium
  • Toba Port and ferries to outlying islands
  • Toba International Hotel

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    Whatever an artist’s personal feelings are, as soon as an artist fills a certain area on the canvas or circumscribes it, he becomes historical. He acts from or upon other artists.
    Willem De Kooning (b. 1904)

    Formerly, when lying awake at midnight in those woods, I had listened to hear some words or syllables of their language, but it chanced that I listened in vain until I heard the cry of the loon. I have heard it occasionally on the ponds of my native town, but there its wildness is not enhanced by the surrounding scenery.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)