Atsugi City Hotel
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... all day so it was best to just lock it up for the day. I wandered around Shinjuku for a while and it was very quiet and nothing was open. I thought perhaps on Sunday nothing is open....Wrong.... Just not that early! I eventually made my way back to my hotel and checked out. A family friend Fergus Hann ( from way back in Elliot Lake) and Aki picked me up at 11. Ferg, Aki and I headed out and we went to ...
... I am struck not by the differences, but by the similarities.
Gliding by a station and seeing the same lines to show you where not to stand else you’ll be smashed by a train. People going about their business, being people and all.
This part of Japan doesn’t much seem like the first world country it is. I see tons of buildings with visible signs of aging, disrepair or abandon.
Passing by all these trees I can also safely ...
... by another hoard, the shopping variety. Built up in front of the temple is a pedestrian shopping area set as in traditional Japanese market style. I duck out to a side street and encounter a Geisha house. But no ordinary Geisha house is this. It is full of male Geisha's. I guess if you are a Japanese Drag Queen why not emanate one of the most recognizable female characters of Japanese society?
After what feels like hours ...
... direction. The temple itself was jam packed with students and tourists and there was much incense lighting, coin throwing and prayer to the various Buddhas ensconced in the multitude of altars. The noise and the crowd were enough to exhaust us and after a few hours we were forced to retreat back to our oasis in miniature for a much needed continuation of sleep and although we had grand intentions of only napping for a brief period, couldn't ...
... we noticed 2 things.
1: Not being Japanese is like a Fastpass system for getting character photos; and
2: Isabelle has by now learned how to push her way to the front, and get noticed by the character.
This theory was tested when we came across, Prince Eric, Ariel the mermaid's boyfriend/love interest. There was a massive group flocking around him when we noticed him, and we heard "I'm sorry...no more photo's. I have to ...