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... would always do a quick bow and say "Ohayou gozaimasu" as I walked and some of the youngerwould look and do a quick bow as they walked by. Everyone at the different shops as been nothing short of helpful and friendly with their energetic "IRASSHAIMASE!" as you enter.
Yesterday besides some quick shopping we headed to Okazaki castle, birthplace of Tokugawa, the Shogun responsible for unifying Japan and ensuring around 250 years ...
... crowded and we ended up eating at a sushi boat place. There was an old man who kept waving at us, it was really funny, he made a hang 10 sign and said meow meow meow and waved all the way out. The wasabi was in the sushi instead of being separate and the tea was a power you just add to water, delicious. We went back to the temple, it was open this time, I wafted the smoke on me and washed my hands ...
... alleys which are so special for Kyoto. In the hostel I met a bunch of fantastic people and most of us went together to Fushimi Inari Taisha. It's one of the most beautiful shrines I've seen in Japan, it was absolutely worth climbing the mountain even though we never really had a view on Kyoto. On our way down we took a break and had for 80 yen a cooked egg and green tea. Many thanks to Nicolas and Ana for the great travel information of Japan, all your tips were absolutely worth it.
... someone reading her fortune paper beside me, which interested me and led me to take a chance on a fortune paper. Because I don't believe in God and Buddha, I bought it just for fun. Anyway, my fortune was "hankichi (moderate good)". It may sound funny, but its marriage and relationship section said, "It is quite difficult for you to marry, unless you don't make a very serious effort." My first smile of the year was a bitter smile.... I felt like tearing it ...
... site where Futto Primary School had been located. It was obviously a building for Hanamatsuri, accommodating only about 100 people including a music band made up of Japanese flute and drum players. The dance hall was smoky, because there was a large fireplace just beside it which enabled spectators to have a warm.
Hanamatsuri is ...