I heard a great tip that south of Chikura-no-Iwaya cave, there is a perfect spot for watching rocket launches.
That's Ebinoe Observatory Park.
If you go there, you'll understand.
It definitely is a prime spot.
It's close to the rocket launchpad and you can get a clear view with the naked eye.
Which is not surprising, because the spot is only 100 meters from the no-entry area of the launch site and that is closer than any other location.
For both the H-IIA and H-IIB rocket pads, there is nothing obstructing your view and you can see everything.
It was easy to imagine the scene of a powerful rocket blasting off.
This was the place.
Inside my head, the countdown had begun.