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... business meeting with some French people next week. I argued that seeing as they were French people, he would have nothing to worry about (and his English was actually quite good already).
After that little anecdote I was ready for some lunch. And I really wanted to find myself a nice guidebook about Tokyo. I found both in a bookstore a few blocks from Shibuya crossing. The bookstore café served some nice lunches, surrounded by books, with a view of the streets down ...
... the first group. While we had made it into the first group with a buffer this meant we had to wait until 5:20am for the tour to start. Thankfully we were inside, could sit on the ground in the waiting area and were allowed outside to use the bathroom. I used the time to write a draft of yesterday's blog entry and to look up what milt is. It seemed an appropriate thing to do at a fish market. Its definition was in my iPhone's internal dictionary.
... 20 million) fishing destinations are at a bit of a premium and they just have to settle for what they can get. After cooling off in the hostel I decided that it was time to head out for some food, this time I was fancying the Japanese noodle soup dish 'Ramen'. Ramen is, in essence, a noodle dish in a soy sauce based soup, filled with fresh herbs and vegetables, and traditionally topped with some slices of pork and half a boiled egg. It is Japanese eating custom that, when ...
... intersection where thousands of people cross at the same time and in every different direction. There were a lot of people crossing when we watched, but not like the sea of people that it is described as. Then we walked up a bit to see Meiji-jingu shrine. It was built for Emperor Meiji and Empress Shoken when they died in the 1910's. The shrine itself wasn't super spectacular, but all of the grounds surrounding it were very natural and beautiful. ...
... to get there instead of the advertised 2.5, and by the time we got to the lake it was late in the afternoon and Mt. Fuji was nowhere in sight. However we decided to go for a nice scenic boat ride and then for a soak in the onsen at our hotel, where we ended up having a 6 person dorm to ourselves! Lake Kawaguchiko is a sleepy lakeside town this time of year, but you can tell in the summer it must be packed.