Funabashi Daiichi Hotel
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Hokkaido trip took its end yesterday, and a little bit past 1am I was finally home and crashed in my bed. Now I'm back in Tokyo; sweltering heat, humidity and a bunch of stuff I need to take care of. Yesterday we spent in the Historical Village of Hokkaido; a village recreated as it was in Hokkaido during the mid 19th and early 20th century. Insteresting and cool to watch. I've seen a bunch of historical villages like this; but they've all ...
... want to check out. Turns out to be a Belgian bistro where they serve Belgian beers and Belgian food. Apparently quite popular with the locals as there are lots of Japanese customers. Several people enjoying mussels prepared the Belgian way, I order some too, but by now they are sold out. Emile enjoys a home made pate and a tomate aux crevettes with a Belgian beer and I order roasted pork with onion sauce and of course some Belgian ...
... on torii gates, around sacred trees and stones, etc. A rope similar to the shimenawa is also worn by yokozuna, the highest ranked sumo wrestlers, during ritual ceremonies. Shimenawa are believed to act as a ward against evil spirits and are often set up at a ground-breaking ceremony before construction begins on a new building. They are often found at Shinto shrines, torii gates, and sacred landmarks. They are also used around yorishiro (objects capable of attracting ...
Wow what a day. We woke up early yet again to catch 2 trains to Ghibli. Man... I love Ghibli. The animation room is still ******* amazing. Inside this room is a bunch of different animation styles ranging from super fast discs, traditional film reals, shadows and a giant spinning mural of models all in different poses that spins at high speed and then a strobe like tricks your eyes into thinking its moving. Once again I can't take photos of it and my description doesn't ...
... these houses. Almost all houses have balconies. Don’t get me wrong, I love a good balcony. The issue here is that all the balconies I’m seeing have a view on me, or rather, the railroad. Guess the Japanese must love seeing the train do its thang (yes, that was on purpose).
After arriving at the hotel half an hour early and being told to vamoosh in a polite way for half an hour I walked around, found a shrine, took some pictures and ...
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