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... All sorts of dignitaries and reporters were on hand for the unveiling.
There were all sorts of artefacts and curios from the past 160 years, including the helmet shaped decorations that used to adorn the opening of a tunnel.
We had 3 hours at the museum, 2 of which was to look around and another hour for lunch. That was probably more than enough time for me.
We retraced our steps back to Tokyo Station. ...
... the two hour trip to Hitachiota city to visit civilization. We became experts at one of the arcade claw games in town (you move an arm around and try to grab stuffed toys, chocolates, and other prizes). We also visited the AEON grocery store, and perused the ice cream aisle every visit (there are no real slurpees in Japan, so ice cream is our backup).
Our hosts did take us out for a meal at Genki Sushi which is a chain of conveyor belt ...
... cafe with the most delicious sandwich ever. We managed to convince a few people to come out for a last dinner with us at the soba noodle place again.
Monday was really sad leaving everybody. We all got slowly separated into smaller and smaller groups until it was just me on the train with Derek (a trainer) heading for the airport. My flight was incredible, having seen no snow in Tokyo. The plane flew over snow capped mountains still in Honshu before ...
Short entry today again.
Went to meet my host mothers sister for lunch at a restaurant in Mito today where they do sumo-style food. So big massive pot filled with everything. Apparently they have one to themselves and then go to sleep afterwards and thats how they get tank mode. It was goooood, also tried a 0% alcohol beer which was actually pretty good. After that we went to a wind ...
... temples, shrines, parks, community centers, etc., so figured we’d go explore some of their "12 Scenes in Tokai" and other historical sites.
We rode our bikes several kilometers up to the NW part of town (we’re staying in the SE). It’s always pretty nice riding bikes around here, as there is plenty of farmland, gardens, and traditional houses with ...