Dormy Inn Suidobashi
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... gone anywhere NEAR Akihabara/Harajuku/Shibuya).
Ended the day with a several-hour exploration of the Asakusa district - a beautiful old-timey town with a bunch of crowded market streets and beautiful Shinto temples.
I said a prayer and donated some change, but somehow I ended up coming into the temple through this weird side passage area and I screwed up the specific order to the ritual (cleanse hands with communal fountain-thing, use purifying smoke/ashes ...
... dish in the window for passerby's to examine, and inside the stores they will have that same dish in a box wrapped with wrapping paper, tied in a bow, ready for you to take home. Sometimes the displays are quite elaborate.. I have seen food displayed on a rotating machine that goes in pretty circles, for example. The food looks almost too pretty to eat, it looks like something that should be reserved for Christmas or a really special occasion.
... then bought the tickets with minimum fuss and had some lunch before getting the metro to Ueno, where we planned to visit the National Museum. When we got there the walk through the park to get to the museum was lined with the famous cherry blossom trees although due to the time of year they weren't in flower, except one lone tree rather suspiciously. Along the way we stopped to watch some street acrobats that were very good.
... who won't tell him about the relationship he forgot. The plot was just too similar to a Japanese soap opera I watched several years ago.
The food on the plane was great--Asahi vanadium Mt. Fuji spring water, noodles with wasabi, chicken curry, Hagen Dazs ice cream, etc., all beautifully presented. I was surprised to see vanadium-rich spring water; it brought back distant memories of the Periodic Table ...
... Everyone waits for the green man. Even if there are like no cars at all. And when we (as ignorant westerners) forgot (or pretended to forget) and wandered across we’d get either a look of shock or a sharp look away. But then the roads are so busy in most places that if there was more J walking it would really make it impossible for cars to move. The Japanese love the cherry blossoms as they give an excuse to relax and there was a really nice atmosphere. There ...