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... as well) and there families we went to a camping area in Chiba where the unpacking of the cars began. I believe I already wrote this before: when the Japanese prepare for something, they do it up to a level that is unknown in Western countries. So from the back of the cars the newest tents appeared, followed by foldable kitchen counters and of course several types of barbecues, including a smoking oven. And the food... wow... Let's ...
... side streets off Shijo Dori, one of the main thoroughfares, were filled with adults and children sampling the food booths celebrating the festival. Some great street food was to be had. In addition there were game booths for the kids. The whole scene was reminiscent of New Orleans during Mardi Gras. Many of the women and children and some of the men were dressed in traditional kimonos. It was all quite colorful and beautiful. By day the central district was typical of most ...
... quick as and we were seated and on our way in no time. The motorways could have been in Auckland, or Melbourne, or Sydney....same as....same as. except they had planted cherry blossom trees like little toy soldiers all along some stretches of road, miles of pink blossoms. It was a lovely warm evening with a lovely sunset and I was starting to feel like Tokyo was going to be a great place to stay for a week.
Got of the bus in Kaihin Makuhari which is an ...
... waiting the necessary time the security guards led us through the car park to the auction area. The journey was full of hazards from all sides in the form of pallet-mobiles, trucks, motor bikes and bicycles going about their business in a busy market. Despite all the hazards the group made it to the auction area unscathed. This auction area was another hive of activity, centered around a variety of differently sized frozen tuna. The buyers all had little ...
... man served tea for a small donation, a couple of small waterfalls and some Shinto shrines. In the afternoon we arrived in Tsumago. Again a village where it looked like time stood still. We wandered around town a little and tried to find somewhere to stay the night. The woman at the tourist information was very helpful. But as it is low season some of the guesthouses were closed and the rest were fully booked. But she found us a place to stay in a ...