#1 here. A couple of days, I finished a translation job for a client in Japan. The story was so nice that I thought you might like to hear it too. It is the tale of Bitchū Matsuyama Castle, located in Okayama Prefecture, in western Japan. It was built in the 17th century by a feudal clan. In order to make it impregnable, it was built on a mountain (a small one!). Because of its particular topography, between autumn an spring, the fog rises up from the valley and envelops the mountain, making the castle look as though it is floating on the clouds. It is therefore known as "The Castle in the Sky."