Funabashi Daiichi Hotel
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... a woman who stands over us whilst we fill them in. She does get directions to the sumo. On the way in we see a huge sumo wrestler who seems to have many fans. Mayrrium tries very hard to get a pic but it's not easy!! We go in. No one stops us and take a seat to watch a children's tournaments. We sit in boxes on the floor. It's very odd. But we get right into it and bet 1 yen on each child. There is something very ...
... of livable cities. We are staying in Shinjuku. The station here is the busiest in the world, with a daily traffic 3.7 million people. It even made it in the Guinness book of records.
John and I visited Japan for the first time 14 years ago, when I was 5 months pregnant with Elena, and we had very good memories of this country, so different from our Western world. Since we arrived here, we cannot stop ...
... to feel like food will be more than welcome. Well, if you go to Harajuku, you should stop at the Sakura Tei. It is a really small restaurant where you can eat (and cook it yourself) Okonomiyaki. This is the kind of japanese crepe-omelette. The place was really fun, really japanese and well if you are like us and you don't know how to cook Okonomiyaki, and the instruction are in japanese you end up with something that does ...
... rewarding experiences.
Fortunately for us, Japan is only the first leg of our trip, with Thailand being the next stop, providing us a nice distraction from our sorrow. But until we get there and start enjoying the famous Thai beaches and curries, we'll sit on the plane happily reflecting on the awesome start to the trip in Japan, and dreaming about when we can come back to this incredible country ...
... the district we were staying in, to see if we could find a nice hand
crafted tea pot, which was the one souvenir that we wanted the most. We walked
around for a while and found a Hooters of all things, but in the same mall was
this small pottery store which sold these cute little tea pots. The store was
closed since it was quite late at this point, but as we were looking in the
window and trying to memorize where we were so we could come back the ...
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