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Japanese culture is ancient, fascinating and utterly traditional. Giving meaning and importance to everyday rituals the deep rooted and meaningful cultural acts are a source of fascination.
Ceremonies and Festivals of Japan
Main ceremonies in Japan are the Tea Ceremony and Traditional Japanese Wedding Ceremonies. A Japanese tea ceremony is very traditional and is an art that takes many years to master. It consists of the brewing and serving of ...
... not to worry about it that she would pay for it for us. Felt awful because they aren't on much money at all here, although I doubt they would know by the end of the day that 1ringt was missing! After lunch we went down to departure lounge watched an episode of 'the listener' on you tube, it's a Canadian crime series we are obsessed with, this is a result of only having the fox crime channel in our rooms majority of the time in Bali. We had a look around the apple ...
... better than the shochu). It wasn't a bad bar, but the odd accordion music they were playing gave us a headache driving us away after our one free drink.
Elliot gave us the advice that most good bars were located in small back alleys. I picked a way for us to wander that was new and down a back alley. Fred noticed an nondescript black door with the title Bar Nemo, so we went in. Entering through that door brought us to a new world - a very classy bar lined ...
... of the other visitors were Japanese. The museum is well laid out and the signage—even in English—was great.
For about 3 hours we viewed historical documents, Samurai armor and weapons, old photos, pottery and ceramics, Buddhas, and old weaving among other things.
A little weary and a lot hungry we left the museum and entered a pretty little cafe near the exit of the ...
... just before we parted.
As I sat at the gate ... several Japanese men holding signs that said "free show, take pictures" came by with two women dressed in traditional Japanese attire doing a beautiful dance, and posing for pictures. They stopped right in front of me. I really enjoyed that and took lots of pictures.
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