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... wide, which also meant that it was crowded. However, the sights on the Tokyo skyline were amazing and the temple near the top of the hill was impressive. But Takao-san is more of a gateway to the mountains behind it. That's were the real hiking started! Small slippery forest trails along steep cliffs. I followed some trails (photographing every Japanese direction marker I came across, as a modern type ...
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(sorry I sound a bit too much Spaceballs, no ? The Spacballs cereals, Spaceballs t-shirt...).
Of course, you can find gashapon boxes a bit everywhere in Japan.
Kimono shop, another with so cute decoration around matsuri theme, the famous big candy shop I already discovered in Osaka.
And I finally saw the sign saying that the purikura area is forbidden for men, at least when they are alone. Yes, Japan is careful with perverts and ...
Going to see the winter cherry trees. First we go to Jô Mine Koen.
We arrive when it's still a bit light, and wait until it's dark to get some illuminations.
At arrival we had a nice view over the lake. then we went to the park itself.
There were not so much flowers blooming, a bit too early in the season, but it was nice to catch sakura and momiji at same time.
Little stop at the local shop, there were plenty vegetables, ...
... kindly talk to me in Japanese. I only understood some stuffs like "where are you from" and probably a "why are you visiting here", but can only answer that I come from Belgium. At least she seemed happy to have a foreigner buying some manju in her shop.
Time to leave and reach the station. Some last pictures there, ground and walls are often interesting with manga or funny drawings. It was around 16:00-17:00, and many student ...
Our last few days before being transported back to the past were spent in Tokyo. We visited the permanently sold out Studio Ghibli museum and wandered around the city buying small useless but extremely entertaining trinkets from vending machines.
And again just like that were whisked away back to the past. So what did we learn? How have we changed? What do we do now? These all seem ...