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... br> -The word "Yuhi" means sunset in Japanese, due to the beauty in the sun setting.
-Waterfall comes from the Kari river.
-Clothing was known as the kimono which contained an inner and outer layer.
-Heavier kimonos were used for the winter.
-Lighter kimonos were made of silk and were used for summer.
-Under the kimono was a loincloth, or diaper.
... time. It drops us off at the Ginza District so we make our way back to our hotel and see Tabo. Tabo & Auntie Yoshie are having lunch. Everyone else joins them except Anna and me. We go to 7 Eleven, pick up rice balls and go back to our room and eat. I need a break from all the huge meals that I have been eating. Tabo takes all of us on the train and we drop off Elaine, Shannon, Tyler and Anna off at Shimbuku Starion so ...
... mishap as Dad looked for his subway ticket which we never could find and had to repurchase.
We took the subway to the other side of the city where I introduced Dad to the wonderful convenience of convenience store lunch. This gave us plenty of time to make it to our next destination, Mt. Okura. We planned on taking the bus and had some help from 4 or 5 older Japanese women who were trying to get us where we needed to go but their instructions were different from the ...
... of the view from my room! I went onto Ueno zoo next with a few stops to take photos of Japan's unique architecture and decor (see pics). The zoo was fun for me, I saw animals I only ever saw on tv like pandas, giraffes, zebras, lions, tigers, hippos and rhinos. It was awesome and a long day as well. I was super tired and on my way back desperate to treat myself to a big dinner. I had almost given up just before I found ...
... they have people tasked to find any grass available and just transform it in dirt to make sure a nap in a park would be unpleasant.
So I didn't take a nap, but I did however find a shrine, the same kind of shrine my kind guides showed me the proper etiquette the day before. So I went to the fountain and did the ritual, scoop the water with the ladle in my right hand, wash my left hand, the repeat the process but ...