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... horns. When you walk down the street, there aren’t street performers or people hassling you to sign something or sell you anything. Despite being the biggest city in the world, many streets feel empty.
8) It’s very safe. I didn’t see a single homeless person. No one asks you for money. Policemen are everywhere. They stand at almost every intersection to act as crossing ...
... induced diseases. All in all the afternoon was very interesting but depressing. I felt much the same way as I did when I visited Pearl Harbor. War is a total waste of life. I really don't know what purpose it serves.
I learned several interesting things today. First why do many of the Japanese wear masks? There are several reasons that are almost all cultural. They consider in very rude to blow your nose or sneeze in public. Therefore they wear a mask to protect the ...
... so we're meant to be acting in a "fruit shop" where the students will say how many of what fruit they want and "purchase" them from me. Hm, sounds a lot like my real job at Countdown back home!
Later on, Eddie and I biked to cram school, occasionally he works there too. For dinner my host mother prepared "makizushi" (the generic seaweed rolled sushi) as today was 'Sushi Day'. I don't know if it was ...
... us to the JR office a bit of a walk away. Thought we could do it there but apparently we have to do it at Osaka main station. Will do it tomorrow. Stopped for a drink at a pub on the way. It was about 6.30pm so headed home.
After Lorry cooked the soup we sat up playing Phase 10 and Mensch until 3am. It will be a very slow day today!
... for us, so we hope they have our names on and not some Japanese swear words as part of a practical joke.
On the way home we visited our first shrine, Yasaka-jinja (built in 876) which is connected to the geisha community.
We had dinner at Kaz's house that evening and were very excited as his mom brought out a gas plate for us to cook our food on the table. As we started cooking, Kaz's dad cracked open an egg and put it in a bowl and we followed suit, thinking we were ...