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... either they are Bushido masters they actively practice and teach Bushido, that's why they do this class/presentation so it doesn't die from peoples imagination.
Afterwards we chatted with on of the masters and he recommended a good anime store for us. We jumped in a taxi and sped over before it closed and grabbed some last minute bargains. Now its late and we have a big day tomorrow so I'll sign off for now.
At 545AM, we were ready to check out of Royal Hotel Kawaguchiko and had a pre-arranged cab to take us to the Kawaguchiko station which opens at 6AM. As soon as the ticket counter opened, we got a ticket from Kawaguchiko to Otsuki on Fujikyu line. JR Pass doesn't apply on this route. The train arrived on Platform#3 and it took about 90 min to reach Otsuki. JR pass covers the Otsuki to Tokyo station which takes about 1hour. We were on time to board the Shinkansen to Kyoto at ...
... in the west of Kyoto.
Our JR rail pass should cover all transportation to day. It was raining the night before and this morning, so the bamboo forest was damp but this only improved the atmosphere. It was a nice stroll through the forest and we even got a quick peak of another temple and had a big dumpling to go. We planned out each train we had to take to get back to the guest house, pick up our bags and then take the next train from Kyoto to Kansai ...
... 5 steps at the bottom and I **** you not I moved to get out of the way of a family picture slipped in the rain and landed on my wrecked back and slid down to the bottom. I landed square on the part of my back where they did the surgery, this put me out of commission for the rest of the day and I have been laying in the hostel room for the last 6-8 hours in quite some ...
... provide some visual amusement. He was following his wife and their hands were tucked behind their backs, which made them appear extra contemplative.
The MOMAK was also small, so I could really soak in what little art was offered. I do not remember much except for a dark room with the most amazing black and white portraits of the early 20th century Japanese. Yasuzo Nojima (1889 - 1964) was an incredible photographer. His photographs looked like so much ...