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... have been a game on as there were hundreds of people walking in the same direction as us. I believe it was the Yokohama Baystars Vs. Tokyo Swallows. Minus the inappropriate giggle I got from the name of the Tokyo team. It was pretty clear that this was a big sport and the fans were rabid.
The lines leading up to the stadium were massive. After a few photo opportunities taken around the stadium and under the massive banner. We checked out the Yokohama Baystars ...
... professor who lived near the station in the early 1920s. Hachiko would go to the station every day to wait for his owner. His owner died in 1925 but Hachiko continued to wait for him every day until his own death 10 years later. I remember seeing the statue when I was here 10 years ago. When I turned around after taking a picture of the statue I found I was being videoed. I was then interviewed me for some Japanese TV station.
... that we have in Wisconsin. And the melon cream soda was just AMAZING it tasted so good when I finished it I immediately wanted another one but decided to save my money. It was a good first meal in Japan and it was all for only 380 yen which is about $5.02. While we were at the hostel we picked up our luggage and got ready to go to Oedonsen! (it’s like a really big bath house with shopping areas and food areas) Before we headed to the free bus that ...
... museums, walkways, and cherry blossoms. It was worthy of a lot more time than I was able to give it, as I left for Nikko the next morning.
Nikko is a small, touristy town about 2 hours northwest of Tokyo. While I greatly enjoyed my time in Kyoto and Tokyo, of all the places I visited, I would want to live in Nikko the most. The Japanese language would make it close ...
... me! It forces a new drive and I hope that my children will have that drive and that attitude when they grow up. Nothing comes for free, you have to work for it, you have to fight for it . Be that as it may--it was great arriving at another beautiful hotel. The bathrooms here blow me away, they are huge and the bath tubs are like little pools, showers are small living rooms and even the toilet seats are heated and has built in bide's...awh I ...
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