Atsugi Urban Hotel
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... but still... We continued to look around the shops at this end of town, we couldn't believe how quiet it was and how it kind of lacked atmosphere. There were trees lining the street covered in lights and big Christmas decorations but because it was daylight they didn't add much, better come back when it was dark we thought. We wandered around some more then went to the Imperial Palace and found it was shut on Fridays, we hadn't planned on paying to go in anyway but you ...
... friendship of mine.
exhibit that caught my eye is one I wrote about on the spot, so the following
is unedited save for a few spelling errors I corrected.
As I sit here in a darkened room, with a
Mongolian stringed instrument playing calming, but uncommon, music, looking at
black sand falling through a broken light bulb that faintly shimmers, I decide
to sit down and compose some thoughts. I find a corner where the lights ...
Today I'm saw the Shitamachi Museum which exhibits how the middle-class lived from 1600 to 1900. How they did every day things like bathing, did crafts, how there living-room looked and so on
The museum is quite small but tightly packed and the exhibits are interesting.
After the museum I walked around the Ueno Park which has several ponds ...
... and a planetarium. We bought tickets to a planetarium show, it was very comfortable and relaxing, The narrator was saying something in Japanese, the room was dark, seats reclining and comfortable, they were even blowing various smells into the auditorium (lavender, honey and some others), so I could barely stay awake.. Finally, we had some sushi at ...
... tea house and 100s of dragonflies. From the Garden we jumped on a
foot ferry for a 30 minute journey up the river back towards our
hostel, lovely jubbly. Day 5:
We read that when you want to see sumo,
head to the sumo village in Ryogoku. Here we found the free sumo
museum and even though there weren't any tournaments, there were many
sumos out walking and getting on with their sumo lives. Some random
walking took us to an ...