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Today our sightseeing trips were all around and about Tokyo. The Tsurugaoka Hachimangu Shrine (whats in a name) was first on the list. It's a huge Shinto shrine. Shinto is either a religion or a way of life depending on who you talk to. Japanese believe that all objects, especially living ones like sun and trees etc have spitprits and they worship that spirit, very informally, by visiting the shrine. They even have portable shrines they can you to take to local events. Handy that they have ...
... as well, I was not happy about getting up that early but I'm glad I didn't miss it. Colourful, fresh seafood, men shouting, whole frozen tuna being sawed in half to be shipped away. It was interesting to see where my sushi came from. After that we went to another market more traditional and flea market-like. At one point while browsing a woman slapped a lump of this gooey, black and orange caviar and seaweed looking creation in my hand. At first I was standoffish but her sweet smile ...
... to see so many ladies and girls in their kimonos.
The day was now wearing on and we were starting to flag, so we wandered back up the hill towards Harajuku feeling pretty worn out. However, once we came into the hustle and bustle of Harajuku we instantly perked up. So far I’d really enjoyed Tokyo, but didn’t really feel like I’d connected with it all that much; it was a lot quieter than I’d anticipated and I suppose ...
... a kitten called Heiwa which means peace in Japanese. Next we Head to Disneyland I begged Kaylah to take me to Stitch the Show. She finally said okay so we went to see stitch and birds dance away to music. But Kaylah begged me to go to the haunted mansion. Spooky. But I still had fun time. Now to ...
... is mostly an all-cash society. Hotels and the train companies will take credit cards, but that’s about all.
2) It is not trivial to find an ATM that will hand money to someone with an ATM card not issued in Japan. In addition, my bank will only give me $500 a day.
Fortunately the Japan Post will give me money, and there are a reasonable number of their ATMs around, so we were able to make it work. But getting money and being ...