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We had a fabulous guide today. So tiny, so polite, so Japanese. Apart from being a tour guide she also teaches manners and Etiquette to teenage Japanese. And like all the guides we have had so far she has spent some years in the UK or US perfecting her English. She also didn't have the 'l' and the 'r' problem of our Kyoto guide yesterday who kept saying things like ’ there are two blidges over this liver' Her politeness and manners showed when she described the story of the ...
... thorough the moat seemingly without a current. It was at this point I had seen everything and departed the castle area.
On my walk back to the station I happened upon another activity that I hadn’t seen before. It was called the “Shukkeien Garden” or in English a garden of miniatures. It was apparently designed to showcase miniature versions of some of the best sites and gardens in japan in one small garden. I entered and began my ...
... it seemed like any other mall to me - though we did manage to find the 100yen shop (nothing over 108 yen!), and a teenage, cool looking clothes shop called 'Womb' of all things!
Heading back out into the rain, Google maps informed us that the castle wasn't actually that far away at all, so we skipped the tram and took ourselves off for a walk down the street to find the castle - about half an hours walk away.
Arriving at ...
So far, the Japan tour has been a very busy show schedule with little time to get out and see all of the sights we want to see. But this past weekend was only 3 days of work and now we have 5 full days off until our next engagement begins in Saitama. It was so nice waking up with no alarm clock, and nothing planned until late in the day. Lennea and I decided to go for a walk with our cameras, as there was ...
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In 1939, at the beginning of WWII, the U.S. started studying the atomic bomb. A program to develop the bomb, called the Manhattan project, was started in 1942. The bomb was successfully tested on July 16, 1945.
Why did the U.S. drop the bomb?
The Japanese had been in a military campaign to conquer different nations of the world for their natural resources for several years. The ...