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... the metro to get there, he insisted on showing us to the station. More chatting followed as we ambled at Makoto’s high speed down a very expensive looking street in the Ginza district, where the buildings, as the price tags on all the items in the shop windows, were soaring high but absolutely and magnificently beautiful.
We exchanged information, thanked him deeply for his help that day, telling him how we were hesitant at first but extremely thankful for his help. I ...
... Tokyo. The scenery walking up to the temple is great, there are plenty of gardens and statues. Also the Tokyo Tower is sticking up in the background of the front of the temple. It is a buddhist temple and was built in 1393. There are plenty of things to look at this temple to learn about the culture of Japan. The Zojoji Temple is a temple of peace and it is very relaxing walking through the main part. Overall I ...
... we have the Puritan ethic and they have--whatever it is that drives them to continue to overwork those who work, and at the same time have an unemployment problem.
It's also pretty incredible considering the number of jobs it takes to make this city run. Tokyo metro must employ an incredible number of people--just google Tokyo metro map to see why. Then check out the commuter rail. Also, somebody is cleaning the streets obsessively in ...
... General Macarthur missed a golden opportunity to infuse English into Japanese culture during the reconstruction post 1945.
After catching up with Franklin and Alyssa, learning about Franklin's experiences working in and absorbing Japanese culture, I passed out to wake up early and go for a walk around Meguro. The following pictures ensued. Enjoy.
... was left in the arrivals lounge, so it was cordoned off by police and basically evacuated. This made finding Efren a bit challenging, but about 15 minutes later he came bopping into the arrivals area, huge backpack slung over his shoulders.
We exited the terminal and re-entered at a spot that wasn't the subject of police activity and went downstairs to activate our JR rail passes. We bought these passes a couple ...