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... shrine that had 84,000 statues of the deity Jizō, and then saw a bigger shrine that we didn't go into.
We walked to the National Museum and saw lots of people in the park opposite (Ueno park), with people doing traditional dances, people dressed up as cartoon characters and lots of food stalls. We had a little look around the stalls and then sat under the trees and ate some dumpling things. Ben didn't like any of them, I thought ...
... br> The ceremony lasted about 30 minutes and then we were off to Ueno Park, a wonderful amalgam of historical temples and a plethora of museums. The area reminded me of Exhibition Park in Toronto and we spent the rest of the day at the Tokyo National Museum.
The complex consists of three buildings. In one, there was a special exhibit on material on loan from the Cleveland, Ohio Art Museum and their holdings regarding Japanese decorative arts. ...
... Now I know where to go when I need food that taste like home. They did have a hamburger with egg on it....stayed away from that one...yuck!
Tomorrow morning I have to move up a few flights to another apartment so dreading packing everything up and unpacking again. But as soon as I do that I have my sightseeing route planned out and cant wait to get started. Hopefully tomorrow is as nice and warm of a day as it was today.
... train ride, but when we went to buy our ticket we learned it would take about 5 hours. We were only planning on going for the day and this was our last day to use our JR pass, so it just didn’t sound worth it anymore. Takayama is known for its green mountainous scenery and traditional style architecture, sake breweries, and wood craftsmanship. I think it would have been nice, but oh well. Instead we took a driverless sky liner out to Odaiba Island. It’s ...
... buy Nadia a lunch bag after the Great Missing Lunch Bag Caper. I quickly digress to tell this story since it does not warrant its own blog entry, but since it relates to Kiddy Land, it's a good place to tell it. One morning, I prepared Nadia's lunch in her yellow lion lunch box as I do every morning, and off we went to school, the lunch box hung around the stroller handle, as it is every day. We get to school and as I take her bookbag off the handle, I discover that there is ...