Tokyo Sumidagawa Youth Hostel
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- Multilingual staff
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... Returning with joy after this little victory, I was able to configure David’s phone too.
After spending a good deal of the day configuring our phones, it was time to start adventuring. Unable to squeeze the zoo into our itinerary yesterday, we made it our first priority to visit the zoo in Euno. At 600 yen, this was a bargain day out and a nice escape from the human zoo that is Tokyo. The main attraction of Euno zoo was undoubtedly the Panda bears, ...
... uncle's house. He brought it back to Hoshino-mura, his hometown in a memento of his uncle and an expression of his resentment. But years went by, the meaning of the flame turned into a symbol of his desire for abolition of nuclear weapons and for peace. Hoshino-mura built and torch and transferred the flame to it on August 6, 1968. It has been keeping the flame ever since as the flame for peace, with the support of the villagers.
In 1988, a flame was taken ...
... we were back in Toronto.
P.S.: Overall, I consider this trip a huge success, I accomplished all of my "must do", "must see" and "must photograph" items for the trip, brought back a big pile of souvenirs (which will take some time to sort and to gift to people), and took over 3700 photos (which will also take some time to sort and post-process). ...
... wealth and fortune... go figure.
5) People are extremely trusting here... they let the kids run all over the zoo by themselves and on the way home we saw a little girl younger then Olivia who is 4 walking home all by herself which gave me a minor panic attack worrying about her safety but I reminded myself that I'm not here to judge a culture but rather to try and understand and learn about different cultures. Also everyone is very trusting with their bikes ...
If our second day in Tokyo was dedicated to exploring Japanese pop culture, then our third day was all about exploring the new and the old of Tokyo. We decided to go on a walking tour of a neighbourhood a couple subway stops from our hotel. The neighbourhood is affectionately known as Kitchen Town, owing to the dozens and dozens of pottery and kitchenware stores lining the streets. This area is well known among restaurant owners in Tokyo for supplying them with all plates, ...