The next day I rode down to the coast to the bay of Akkeshi, about forty-two miles east of Kushiro.
In a few minutes the Kushiro approached her dock and made a near landing.
Digging in a large pit at Kushiro, I found some stag-horns, and numerous bits of black and red pottery.
She knew of Oto's appointment and, if the truth be told, dreaded the time when the Kushiro should be put in commission.
In five minutes the boat was alongside, and Dave Rexdale sprang up the steps to the deck of the Kushiro.
The Kushiro was well out of the harbour and standing directly toward the Chinese coast.
That the main bulk of the population settled in Etorofu, Kunashiri, and at Kushiro.
I left Shaubets early in the morning, with the intention of pushing on to Kushiro, thirty-one miles distant.
If Kushiro is not interesting to an artist, it is decidedly so from an archological point of view.
The pits at Kushiro are nearly all rectangular, while those from Akkeshi to Nemuro are either rectangular or circular.