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... celebrating the presence at the plate of some hero. The loudest when the Giants were at bat, but the Tigers supporters found their voice later when in two innings their team scored four runs, taking the lead by two. Thereafter they were the equal in volume to the Giants, at over twice their number. I got to see it all in the one game: a home run (by the Giant's player with ...
... missed out on the chance to see Hiroshima. After a taxie, train and bus, we arrived at Hiroshima peace park at 8:20. The park was absolutely beautiful, which in a way left me me feeling really awful considering what had happened there. The Hiroshima dome was at the beginning of the park, it was the only building to have survived an be kept in tack within the blast zone. The structure was built by a french architecture, along with the strong engineering and the position of the ...
... had coke in a tea cup and a straw. It was very nice, like being I someone's front room. With cats. We cross the crossing a few times and then go home. I pursuaded maya to come out again I the night and eventually agrees. We go to electric town which I found disappointing, but we went in a Maid cafe. I cannot even begin to describe the weirdness of this. So I wont. I seemed to make the Japanese clientele s day by being completely British so at least someone had ...
... dinner and then took the train to Roppongi station. The restaurant sure was hard to find and lucky we got there early.
Ryugin is a tiny restaurant with only 8 tables. Since we were early, we were taken to a waiting room with a hot towel and green tea. Ryu and Gin were the names of two owls in a Japanese fable. In the waiting room, I saw a very large owl behind a large glass and I didn't know he was real until he started flapping and then I ...
... in Tokyo were closed for a week of traditional holiday (read on for more detail).
We ended up cleaning the apartment, bringing home wine, sweets, and a hearty noodle dinner. With Anant, Tijana, Anant's Kenyan friend Katz, Kavita Masi, Suresh Mausa, Anurag, 6-yo Kabir, John and I, we had quite a crowd kneeling around the low table while food was passed slightly chaotically.
Conversation flowed, and soon Suresh Mausa broke out the ...