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... but it didn't beat our sushi meal the first time we were through Tokyo. There didn't seem to be the same amount of love put into this meal. Full again, we went back up to our room. I found a replay of the Jays game on the tv in Japanese so we watched part of that before going to bed. It was interesting as there were far fewer commercials than at home. We fell asleep early as we still wanted to go back to the fish market in the morning before catching the train to the ...
... was established in 1920 as a shrine to commemorate Emperor Meiji, who died in 1912, and the Empress Shoken. The original temple was lost in a fire and was rebuilt in the 1950s. There also are gardens here that apparently have beautiful irises in June.
From there we went to see the Imperial Palace. The emperor resides there so you can't actually go in without a prearranged appointment, but ...
... off, we loved it. Went to a good bar in the Giza district after and had some cocktails with them to say goodbye. Great finish to our holiday and now back at the hotel to pack and get ready for the off tomorrow. Probably won't hear from us again until we are in the UK. We are all checked in and ready to go after a nights sleep. Hope we get up after the cocktails!!!! Love to everybody and speak ...
... Karage Chicken however what we got was not the same kind of karage chicken from back home that we were expecting. Darren popped a piece in his mouth and then the chef came up to him and told him he'd just eaten a full clove of garlic and started laughing at him. Next we tried some sake shots. There were three different types and they were all horrible to me so I ordered a Vodka with Orangina which tasted similar to Sunkist but not as sweet.
It was ...
... left on), fish (fried and made into balls), tofu, or sometimes beef, and vegetables (daikon, bok choy, etc).While considered a reasonably healthy dish in its own right, chankonabe is very protein-rich and usually served in massive quantities, with beer and rice to increase the caloric intake. End copy-paste.
From there we went to the Edo Tokyo museum once again most of it was closed... seriusly about 70% for our trip ...