APA Hotel Nishi Azabu
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... subway to school on their own. There is a real sense of safety and
security with people looking out for one another. There is an understanding of
the collective rather than the individual – people look out for and respect one
The next day Ben took us on a road trip to see Mt. Fuji
about a 90 minute drive. The highways are in very good condition – did I mention
how clean it is here? - there was even a street cleaner cleaning the side ...
A few issues with the trains this morning made a one hour trip to Kamakura take three. We made it at last to see the majestic big Buddha, over 700 years old. The view from the inside of the Buddha was also very cool. We also went to a nearby statue of a lady. She stands an impressive 9 metres tall and is made of wood - in the 700's AD! Hase-dera is very beautiful and is ...
... went back across Tokyo to wander thru the grounds of the Zojoji Temple and see the Tokyo Tower which stands behind it, a mix of new and traditional. By this stage it had been raining for a while so there was no point in going up the tower as it would have been a poor view.
Next we trained, as you do to go anywhere and everywhere, to Ueno. This is a major shopping area, with streets and streets of all types of shops ...
... When dawn began to fall we headed for Ueno Park. Ueno Park has hundreds of rice lamps that light up at night and coulures the already pretty sakuras even prettier in the nightfall. We rented a cycling boat, took a ride in the pond underneath the sakura, and finished it off with taking the walk underneath the sakurratrees. Indian food in Takadanobaba and then home. A nice first day ...
... that the whole next street was riddled with electronic stores selling everything from computers both whole and in parts to floppy disks and mini cd's. I found a lot of fascinating out-dated technology for cheap and spent some time combing through different hardware, cables, plug converters, storage devices and the occasional phone and tablet shop. Among these stores in the back streets I found a few stores that seemingly innocent from the front quickly ...