It’s no secret that Japan is, in many places, a labyrinth of narrow, winding alleyways.
We even have one of our own, just in front of the inn. Sure, it’s pretty short, and only a tiny bit winding, but it is narrow enough that even a kei-car would get stuck halfway through.
It’s a popular path to the beach, affording many day trippers their first view of the ocean (often a gorgeous rainbow of blues and greens, and on red-tide days, pink) after disembarking at Hase Station.
But do be careful! Just because a car can’t get all the way through doesn’t mean that scooters can’t.