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... of the only other things on the menu was horse sashimi, so of course we tried that. It was pretty tasty but not really much different from beef I didn't think, maybe slightly lighter in flavour. After lunch we walked to the Ryokan and dropped our bags off and then explored the town. It seemed pretty much deserted and only had a couple of shops, however what it lacked in shops it made up for in vending machines. I don't know ...
... hunger if you are badly craving for some Indian Food. Tea and Mango Lassi are good while the lunch plates were very mediocre. The owner seemed to be a nice guy who would comply with our special requests on spice level and kids specific meals.
FYI - There is also a Chinese place BAMIYAN which was right next to the FAMILY MART close to Alladin. The staff @ Alladin helped us find this Chinese Restaurant.
After lunch, we walked back to the ...
... it, 'The Eolian.'
I spent a day at the largest game show on earth, refused to wait in any lines, and thusly became an expert on Japan's game development academic programs and the enormous Indie/Doujin game community.
I went to a rock show in a cramped, poorly-lit bar well off the beaten path in Shibuya, and listened to garage rock while drinking Oolong Hai's and chatting with American expats from Albuquerque and New York.
I enlisted the aid of a ...
... from heat to vibration to... I'll let you guess the rest. The only thing they don't have is auto pilot, and I was left still trying to figure out the toilet seat. What looked to be a diagram of a gentle spray felt more like a broken sprinkler head. Ok, where's the squeegee? I finally made it downstairs and Rox says, "This won't take you long". In Japan, breakfast doesn't always mean breakfast foods. There were mini hot dogs, broccoli and rice. An Egg McMuffin is sounding ...
... ago and is the equivalent of the Statue of Liberty. The engineering required to make it almost a thousand years ago is phenomenal and shows how skilled the craftsmen were back then. Our guide told us to make it today would cost about 600 million dollars. After walking through the most beautifully manicured grounds, we went out to a restaurant and had okonomiyaki. This is the equivalent of ...