Mikasa Park is located on the seaside of Yokosuka City. Its name is derived from the old Battleship which served as the flagship throughout the Russo-Japanese War. And the combatant itself was preserved as a Museum ship in this park.
I visited this park for the first time. And I realized that the battle wagon was much smaller than I expected. It was built over 100 years ago. Anyway, it is the only existing pre-dreadnought battleship in the world.
The bow in this photo belonged to battleship Mikasa. Some people were standing there and taking photos. What they watched was the bridge of this ship. It was a tranquil afternoon. The Japanese national flag was waving on the bow.
October 27, 2017
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