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... and nephews. Then we made our way to the Meiji Shrine. Turns out that Nov 1 is the anniversary of when the Shrine was built. Also in the Japanese culture they celebrate the 3 and 7 yr old girls and 5 yr old boys in the 1st of November so I was able to see so many cute littles ones dressed in traditional clothing! Before entering the shrine we cleansed our hands and mouth for prayer. I gave a donation clapped my hands twice and bowed, ...
... from Honolulu to Narita airport surely was. The seats could recline until they essentially lay flat, we had personal video monitors (I watched the new Robocop, re-watched Anchorman 2, half of 500 Days of Summer, the pilot episode of the show Suits, and even learned some Japanese), were served unlimited drinks, and were fed a gourmet meal. Even though the flight was 8 hours, I almost wouldn't have minded spending an extra hour or two on there. I know that sounds blasphemous, but ...
... it must have been beautiful because the watchtowers alone are beautiful. The weather was also freezing by this point, although not raining, the wind was very chilly! We then drove further across Tokyo to the Senso-Ji Temple. This one is a Buddist temple. There were a lot more people here and a lot more market type stalls around it. It was also much bigger and with no garden surrounding it. We decided to head down to the markets stalls first and work our way back up to the temple ...
Like absolute genius' Jason and I decided not to pack a pen on the plane and instead fill our departure cards out at the airport, massive mistake. After arriving in Tokyo we were subjected to a ferocious line probably over 100m long overall just to collect our departure cards. Had we filled them out on the plane we could have walked straight through before the line had even started. This directly resulted in us missing the last bus into Tokyo and having to pay over ...
... might've been. We've been so lucky with the opportunities we have experienced, we shouldn't dwell on the little negative moments.
Another smooth train ride, another tasty bento lunch and we arrive at Shinagawa station. Just down the road is Ryokan Sansuiso, our home for the night, and I mean home. It's actually much closer to resembling someone's house than any of the other places we've stayed at this trip. It's ...