Kamogawa Grand Tower
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... the shrine. Although there were a lot of people there, the crowd was less than I anticipated making it easier to stroll around seeing the beautiful designs. In a pagoda at the base of the shrine, a woman performed a traditional dance. Mike lamented that Will would not remember the experience. I countered that at least he was having the experience. However, I'm sure this will be a common emotion for both of us on this extraordinary journey. We took the train home ...
Yesterday Will and I went on a tour through the base to Mt Nokogiri. I'm not usually the biggest fan of organized tours, but after weeks of making big decisions and navigating new terrain it was a wonderful to just show up and let someone else be in charge. The most difficult part of the day was getting Will, his car seat, the hiking pack and all our supplies from the Navy Lodge to the meeting site. Luckily we passed ...
... pork and kimchi giant pancake on a large take griddle. On Father's Day, we had all-you-can Shobu Shobu. We picked various raw cuts of meat and veggies then placed them in a boiling pot of sauces to cook. All have been fun & delicious, but the Korean BBQ is the current favorite. I'm still searching for cook your own pizza pie. Kramer should have pitched his business idea in Japan. It would've been an enormous success! ...
... suitcase devoted to toys, Will's balance bike, a portable high chair and yes, my yoga mat. From friends to family to a hotel at Dulles to the airport to another hotel in Seattle than back to SeaTac to Yokota Air Force Base into a van to Yokosuka Navy Base, we hauled our self-proclaimed necessities. I'd love to say that throughout the unloading and reloading and cross-country and cross-Pacific flights, Mike and I were kind and patient to each other and never ...
... a large drum in the corner, and other ornamental objects that remain a mystery to me.
After the yoga session, the resident monk took us on a tour. We walked out back, up a steep stone staircase and entered a tiny museum. This museum contains a national treasure and is under lock and key. It is rarely open to the general public, so this tour was a very special treat for us. Through the interpreter, he ...