Hostel Komatsu Ueno Station
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We take a train ride along the Sea of Japan up to Otaru. We walk to the Otaru music box making store. The kids have a $50 budget. You pick your own music and then glue on decorations. Anna makes a very cute little ducky music box and comes in right on budget. They have such pretty decorations that I decide to make a 15 year anniversary present for my fantastic wife. My theme is hearts, drinking Sapporo beer ...
... tempura lunch. Then we walked a few steps and were at Hachimangu Shrine. There were many school children here as well. This particular shrine is dedicated to the god of war. Like in Tokyo yesterday, we saw young children dressed in traditional clothing and a wedding couple. The funniest thing I saw here was one of the monks sweeping up one of the smaller shrines with a swiffer-like mop. I guess even sacred places get dirty.
Ken was nice enough to stay with us after our initial ...
... they were selling. Normally you expect to pay higher prices in tourist areas for typical souvenirs, but in Korea, price hikes aren't something we normally see. We are used to finding the coolest things for extremely low prices. This was not the case in Tokyo. But, when you're on vacation, it's a small price to pay to bring back some things to help you remember your trip.
We had about an hour to spare before heading to the airport so we ...
... It was quite good and they seemed to be really enthusiastic.
Tried one of the restaurants for dinner and decided that we were not missing anything by having a set dinner time, what we did miss was good wait service, where was Apollo when you needed him??
So here we go now on our 8 day adventure across the Pacific Ocean.
So over the next 8 days we played/learnt….
... three beds. Genius really, but still a little weird.
After scouring the town and sight seeing, we stumbled across this very traditional looking Japanese house that was open. This very quaint looking house was home to a local artist who have lived there for 60 years.Trained in the old school form of block printing. Its slightly more complicated than just picking up a brush and slapping it on a canvas. He tried to describe the process in very broken English, but i got the ...