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... headed west yesterday as we are not in the area where the typhoon is expected, which is more to the east. It is raining heavily here and that will curtail today's activities but by the time we head to Osaka by train tomorrow it should be clear. The news reports that planes have been cancelled in Tokyo and it seems that Tokyo and no doubt other places have more or less stopped for the moment so I'm happy to be on this side of the country.
The traditional homes are built of paper and wood. There is little permanent furniture so that one room can serve many purposes. Today’s homes often have both western style furnished rooms and traditional Japanese rooms.
We visited the gardens, which were beautiful, then ventured to the Geisha district. Many of the buildings are now private homes and shops as well as some ...
... tree. Next door is the Seisonkaku-Mae villa. This is the best Edo period home in Kanazawa. It is two story beautifully made and huge. It has floorboards that sing and streams that go faster or slower for either contemplation or sleep. Car update - The cabs have lace doilies covering everything inside and give you free tissues....packets of tissues. The doors open and shut automatically, that's cool. Back to base checked out the underground garden at the train station, a rest ...
... and enjoy the rich smell of the water. Earlier in the day Kana said that a seafood diet is very popular here as the market is filled with all the fresh catches from the sea. One popular recipe is a seafood pizza. At the end of our day, Brett and I walked several blocks to find that seafood pizza. We find one that had scallops, shrimp, sea urchin, squid and clams. I know it sounds gross for those of you that don’t like seafood, but we do and it was ...
... Just like in centuries past, the geisha is expected to be intelligent, well communicative and talented in either music or dance. Men or now even women, pay approximately $300 to spend 90 minutes with the geishas. The first 60 minutes they enjoy the show and the remaining 30 is spent talking to the geishas. The show is performed for a group of about 8-10 donas (patrons) and then they can have “private time”. After 1967, Japan made ...
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