Chisun Hotel Hamamatsucho
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... different because the guide was joining them and when she offered to show the girls how to wash up before they entered the bath she and a few of the other ladies decided to bow out. As for my experience it really wasn’t any different than being in a really hot hot tub except for the naked part of course. It was very relaxing though and a good thing to be able to check off the list of Japanese experiences I suppose. When we had finished and met everyone back in the ...
... to the main entrance. The timbers that make up with columns and lentils are nothing shy of huge. We grab a quick snack from a food stall between the shrine and the nearby train station. I dropped a small piece of fried chicken. A large crow eventually grabbed it before any of the pigeons could get to it. We walk further south into the hip (hipster?) neighborhood of Ebisu. It feels a little like Oxford Street in London. It feels a little like Williamsburg in Brooklyn. There are tons of ...
... ourselves to two- Miyajima with its famous Torii gate that appears to float on water and Naoshima which has become a repository for contemporary art. The Torii gate I felt was better when the tide was out and you could get up close and personal with the building and appreciate just how big the pieces of timber were (giant tree trunks). It was also there that we experienced our first Shinto wedding ceremony and as a bonus, a publicity shoot for Yuki Mori, a well ...
... where they are just making my ears hurt. it raining hard and I need to check on my tent. I am not as equipped as the Japanese who have the most amazing wet weather gear on. 8 hours later I wake up, it's dark and cold. I'm so rock and roll. I suppose at least I'm not wet. I'm in time for jack Johnson and then the pogues, Japanese Irish dancing is interesting. It's horrible now, wet and muddy. The smell from the squat porta loos is disgusting. So I give up and go to bed for more ...
- Another action-packed day