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... out his checks and blowing! A classic moment of Rod comedy! Keeping up with our Japanese cultural phase, the following morning we got up bright and early to visit a Sumo Stable. Sumo wrestlers all live and train together in "stables" scattered around Tokyo (and indeed Japan) and you can visit them early in the morning to watch them train. Initially we had planned to go to a tournament whilst we were here, but after discussion with a number of people who all advised going to the ...
... Surely one of the most beautiful gardens we have seen. Next we visited the Tokyo National Museum, the top place to see Japan's history. We so enjoyed the exhibits of sculptural art, military apparel, ceramics, kimonos, pastel and ink art on scrolls and screens, and woodblock prints. The time span was the last 2000 years but we travelled that span in two hours. Most enjoyable. Time for drinks and dinner led us to the Park Hyatt Tokyo and the New York Bar and Grill, ...
... we were looking for Golden Gai a street that has hundreds of little tiny
bars but we were lost… immediately!
I looked in this open window to one of the smallest bars in
the world and this girl waved at me, ok that’s an invite Im sure! Sinisa lets
go! We walk in it is basically a one tiny room with 7 bar stools crammed
against each other at the wood of the bar and to girls working behind the bar, ...
... of about 16 seats and functioned as a wine bar as well as a restaurant serving modern Japanese with an Oceania twist...they served up some of our native animals. It felt like we were sneaking off into another world. Don made the decision to race back to the house with food for hungry teenagers so we could enjoy our quiet little getaway. What an unexpected delight. This is why I travel. To ...
... porcelain clogs to keep your feet dry. A tiny tot pot from a school house, a toilet inclosed in a room that was see through...from inside out, not outside in, a latrine in a library, and of course the game washroom. One would push a button to cause a statue to shoot his stream at a bulls eye in the urinal. In front of you is a screen with a video game of this boy statue filling cups. Daniel was a real wizz at that game. This was ...