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Final day in Japan :( So after packing and saying goodbye to the amazing Caitlin, I went out on another day trip, this one requiring a few more trains to get to Iga-Ueno. After arriving it was clear the town was obsessed with their Ninja history. I made my way towards the national park and the many tourist attractions it contained. The Japanese again touched me with their generosity as an elderly couple who didn't speak much English offered to look ...
... soup with one of the teachers from Caitlin's school at a little hut tucked away in the middle of nowhere. An older gentleman brought our food into the one room hut and cooked live fish in front of us. An experience to say the least, but all so delicious and fresh. Plus plenty of warm sake to help it all go down :)
Goal: Check out the surroundings without getting lost
Status: Only managed to take the wrong street ...
... and Nabana no Sato. My mom is getting weaker these days and I was worried that she might not be able to walk up from the car park to the main house of worship, but she managed to complete the pilgrimage. Because we don't know whether we can do this again together in the future, we were very happy with the successful pilgrimage. Then we explored in Oharai-machi and Okage-yokocho. We tasted Akafuku rice cake, Matsusaka beef skewer, and sweet ...
birthday!) and it was time for us to head to Kyoto. Despite our experience of
Japan, we made a beginners’ error of not boarding the right train initially,
getting confused between all the different types of train services (rapid,
super-rapid, etc). At least we were going in the right direction and we met a
very nice Japanese man on the way who was even offering to pay the ticket price
difference for us, incredible!
... in Japan and it was of the squat toilet that was in there. Ignore the fact that the whole concept seems to be taking unnecessary chances with distance, there are high rise (you know, American style) toilets in the 3 stalls next to the squat john. I get the design in undeveloped areas, I guess, but who is choosing this option when the sit style is available? I can't figure it out.
The graphics of the warnings at ...