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... see the Yamaguchi Center for Arts and Media, as we as the City Library, in a unique, wavy roof designed building. Right next to it was the C-able building, which houses the Yamaguchi Cable Company. I took a look inside the building and grabbed a few brochures. Checked out their cable lines and noticed that their line amplifiers look very similar to ours. NHK Broadcasting was also in the same block. The next block down was the New Media Plaza housing Docomo and NNT. ...
... everyone else picked up various items, from clothing, souvenirs and jewellery, to specialty knives, for Robert's two brothers, the chefs in our group (apparently, very good knives, at a third of the price if found in Canada).
After a long day we took to the roads for our trip back to Yamaguchi, where we all split for various supper destinations in the neighbourhood.
Eve and I found our way to a small restaurant which we had seen in ...
... picked us up to go to Labo kids meeting at noon. We stopped for a quick lunch of Udon noodle soup (one of Greg's favourites) and some quiet conversation. With so many people around for the wedding it was nice to have Mizue all to ourselves for some quiet conversation.
Mizue is one of 10 Labo International tutors in Yamaguchi - they teach English to children from the time they are very young through games and stories. They ...
... 8211; they were for the little ones to sleep during the reception.
The meal was more than amazing – very delicious and very beautifully presented. The menu consisted of 8 courses followed by not only a wonderful dessert table, but a “Cream Puff with Grand Chestnut Mousse”, then wedding cake! Unusual to us, throughout the meal, there were numerous things all happening one at a time, speech from Robert’s ...
... Eve and myself. It was a good evening of Japanese style Chinese food, beer and conversation.
After dinner, we headed up to our room and helped Haruna and Robert make up candy favour bags, Japanese and Canadian types, for the guests at the wedding reception. Japanese candies for the Canadians and Canadian Candies for the Japanese guests.
Everyone is getting ready for the big day tomorrow!