And the year 1880 saw the opening of the railroad between Kioto and Otsu.
Percival had an early lunch, and, leaving Judson sitting disconsolately among the hand-bags, started for Otsu.
This was a quotation from a speech delivered at Otsu, a few days previously, by a member of the Government.
Not far from Otsu I came to the thick jungle of high reeds and tall grass of which I had already heard.
I left Otsu at dawn, and followed as well as I could the winding course of the river.
Previous to this, while following the course of the Otsu River, I saw a strange sight.
They go by kago over mountain; you go by 'rickisha to Otsu, and wait.
In the afternoon the Chicago Bank representative would arrive at Otsu, our nearest railroad station.