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... mound, or barrow, dating from about 700CE. Since archeology only came to japan in the 19th century, the identity of the Great Person who warranted such an elaborate tomb, remains undiscovered, although we were told there should be concealed within the tomb along with the corpse (possibly mummified in salt) three artefacts: A sword, a jewel, and a mirror. Along the old main road from the capital, Kyoto to Edo, (the old name for Tokyo), which we followed, there is a rock ...
... As you can imagine there were a few swear words and less than colourful descriptions of what we were eating, but as we mentioned no one spoke English so it was fine with a smile. The chef thought we were having such a great time because of the massive smiles beaming across our faces that he decided to make us a present... Another bit of sushi made to look like a rabbit with salmon egg eyes and cucumber ears. He was so proud of this so we had to eat it. Two bites in ...
... is warm when you sit down and there are a number of various bidet functions (none of which we have been brave enough to try yet!) We spent yesterday exploring area....practised Kev's walk to work (7 minutes if that) and walked about business district...at which point I suddenly felt overwhelmed with whole thing - thought of being at 'home' whilst Kevin went to work!! The answer was ...
... hotel. After a sleep we went to a hotel restaurant - it turned out to be quite fancy & super expensive (17,000 yen which is about $190) for strange food which none of us really liked. Anyway, off to bed. Breakfast in the hotel was yummy and included in our rate so very easy. Then we went out walking around our neighborhood. Some cute side streets ended in a park near Tokyo Bay where the boys chased pigeons. We had some snacks ...
... Japan, I already had a sense that karaoke was big
here. That being said, I had no idea
just how big. Picture 8-story buildings
filled with private rooms where people pack in and perform in private with
their friends. Now I was not surprised
to find myself singing karaoke in Tokyo, but I was a bit surprised on the first
night out at dinner when one of my bosses decided that the whole team was going
to go and sing. We had a great
time. So great, ...