Forest Inn Showakan
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... sellers, with freezers and tanks and cutting boards and scales line rows and rows and rows. Most are either cleaning up or closed by the time we get there. A few are still selling. The real action took place hours before. It's the end of the day for these guys. We walk around a large portion, just trying to fathom the immensity. I need to do some research because I want to know the numbers behind this place. There are onsite shops selling everything ...
... month to the park and attract on a Saturday 3-4 foreigners and speak English.
So we accepted and had a lot of fun and we saw the Meiji Shrine, were introduced to the procedure of washing, the praying and the significance of the various elements around the shrine.
After the tour we went back to the appartment and then checked in to our nearby hotel. The view from our room on the 25th ...
... mistaken for a Sumo wrestler. I don't know, I have these types of experiences every now and then.
What can I say. We entered the gymnasium excited to get to our box seats, only to learn that a box seat in Sumo wrestling means a small five by five square on the floor with four cushions on which to sit. It was unbelievably uncomfortable, but very exciting ...
... an area where Japan's teenage goth girl sightings can happen. Nami was super cool and we knew we were in good hands tonight. After walking past designer shops like Dior, LV and other brands we could only afford in our dreams, we stopped at a French bistro called Anniversaire that Nami used to work at. The service was great, as the head chef and staff came out to say hi, took our pictures and even made us a pretty "wedding" dessert platter! Since ...
... food items, octopus on a stick, yam fries ( I tried those, but they weren't very good). It was crowded. We did some more shopping, got our fortunes again at the temple, I got a bad one again. What's up with that? For lunch, we found a little soba shop on a side street to eat at. Kylie did great at translating. The menu was all in Japanese, no pictures. Most places have pictures of the food so it's easy to order. This restaurant had no ...