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... is so heavy she cannot walk. After the procession ended we headed towards the temple to see the main procession. Again lots of people and very busy, stalls with food were dotted around. We saw the procession march through the wooded grounds of the temple shrine which made a much better setting for the traditional costumes than the stark modern buildings and roads of Osaka's dated architecture. We were about ...
Tokyo train station is absolutely enormous! There is an underground tunnelling system that is busy but comfortable because of its size. In london, everything is so crammed in that getting anywhere can be quite stressful, but it looks like they've ...
... this museum was an interesting find for me.
On the way out of Hakone I stopped by a cute little cafe that was a tribute to Woody from Toy Story (Woody Cafe). This place was awesome - cool jazz playing in the background, stump chairs and gravel floors with a whole lot of character. The food looked so delicious I ordered 3 main dishes, at which point the waitress had to pause and speak haltingly in English: "Sure? You want this one, then this one, then this one?"
... with the trimmings you want) and wrap that in tin foil. The tin foil is wrapped in wet newspaper and all that goes inside a clean, empty 1 litre cardboard drink container. Then you take all of those and put them inside the barbecue and hope for the best. Thanks Sota for the idea.... they were pretty good though it looked awfully strange to watch all those containers going up in flames knowing your food was inside! So, with lunch behind us and lots ...
... towards her.
After leaving that park, our pleasant walk, with the calmness, peace and serenity vanished. Almost immediately we found ourselves in the middle of thousands of people, all pushing their way through the tiny backstreets of Gion, heading to, and/or away from, Kiyomizu temple. This should have been the cue to turn back, but we didn't, and we forged ahead through the sea of Japanese and foreign tourists.