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... day out and we so enjoyed seeing one of the biggest cities
in the world, how it is well managed, and we so hope a huge earthquake never
comes to them, it doesn’t bear thinking about…Expensive to live in Japan of
course, gentle people, with lovely customs, and we would come back again.
For the sail away, it was dark, very warm,and we had
Japanese’s drummers on the wharf, their huge drum, and other smaller ones ,a
... below. Once we were on land we had a great view from the skyliner train. Firstly over the rice paddies but this quickly turned into the flat, very flat!!! sprawling city that Tokyo is. Never ending houses crammed in next to each other with a few trees left growing in the tiny gaps. These turned into hundreds of new high rise flats and offices as we got closer to the centre. Our hotel is a traditional ryokan, a ...
... chants and ritual are carried out reverently upon a Kabuki stage or a salt-dusted Sumo ring.
- Six different kinds of yakitori that I tried in one night, and discovering my new favorite cocktail, a Cassis Oolong.
- Jazz and Rock live houses and Bouldering, meeting new people and finding the unexpected courage to rewrite my character.
... foodcourt we have back home. There are no tables and chairs where you can gobble your find. Foods are elegantly and meticulously arranged inside a display glass. And the price? i still prefer the street foods.
Izakaya is a pub to which barbecue or yakitori lovers will surely adore.
And while in Japan dont ever miss to try the kaiten sushi or ...
... food like a supermarket. So I went down a level to check it out. That's where I found my lunch, a plate of sashimi. I explored the other foods around, bought mine, then headed back to the Shibuya Station, to take the train back to my home-station.
I stayed in for the night, skipped dinner, and planned my trip to this strange station that I need to get to tomorrow to board the Shinkansen (bullet train) tomorrow to Nagasaki. Then I went to sleep early. Lots to do ...