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... quite bent and it has me wondering if it is osteoporosis as they seem to eat very little dairy. Other than milk in coffee, we have had no dairy since we arrived and pretty well no breakfast cereal, bread or meat. It is a very different diet but we are enjoying it. Though no dairy has made no difference to my head cold which is still giving me grief as I now have a chesty cough. Argh so annoying!
... use the combusted material to make more land i.e. reclaimed land.
4. They filled Toyko bay to create a new development using the product left from the combustion process (Odiaba is the name of the area).
5. Everyone just accepts they have to take their rubbish home with them (though you can find the odd row of bins near. 7/11 store or the like.
6. You see no litter - public spaces are very clean.
Kanazawa has a ...
... from the 21st century ;) Willem had the brilliant idea to rent some bikes to quickly get from A to B. A kind of Velib (like in Paris) with stations were you can drop the bike and get another one later on. As long as you drop your bike within 30 min,it will only cost you 200 yen (approx 1,50 euro) for a full day: really cheap. And we had so much fun. Willem looked like he was riding on a kiddy bike. We were ...
... spaciousness, seclusion, artifice, antiquity, watercourses and panoramas. I will use the B word yet again ;) it was Beautiful :). There are gingko trees that are more than 3m high (and those trees are very slow growers), pine trees, lanterns, bridges, more trees, even more trees, ... And a lot of gardeners that apparently are all women. We went back to our hotel, relaxed a bit and went to have dinner. The restaurant we chose was full ...
... Sannomaru Park, where the castle’s reflection is seen in a pond. Another site well worth visiting.
From there we walked to a couple of shrines: the Oyama Jinja Shrine, where there was a small ceremony in progress, and the Ozaki Jinja Shrine, where they appeared to be doing some archaeologic excavations. Both were small but were different in design and structure from each other.
That was our day. Not a long time on shore, but worth ...