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... list and hang it up the sacred wall. Legend says all the wishes will come true.
FYI - Restrooms are located once you get closer to the shrine which is a big relief considering the fact that it is hard to find restrooms in Japan. Utilize it when you find one.
It was a bit of a walk back and forth. Once we got out of the shrine area, we decided to take a taxi (costed 1000 yen) to the intersection of Meiji Dori and ...
... to Tokyo and then going to watch the sumo wrestling. I wasn't sure what to expect but the whole experience was pretty crazy. There is so much history and tradition in everything they do it took us a while to get used to what was happening. We saw some pretty tense fights and the atmosphere was excellent. We loved Japan and would definitely like to come back in the future. We are now half way through our trip and have to make our flight across the Pacific Ocean to ...
So what can I say about our experience of having people visiting and on occasion staying with us? Really difficult to put into words what the experience was like of having Helen to stay for 2 weeks (poor thing had to sleep on a put up bed in our cramped living space and had no privacy) followed by Caroline, Leo and dad visiting (but staying at a nearby hotel because our apartment is so small!) Exciting, interesting, fun, ...
... I didn't enter all the shops...
I went to 2-3 knife shop - since my friend told me that they have a very wide variety of knives made of stainless steel as well as ceramic and maybe few other things.
Not many customers though inside the knife shop and the owner was tailing me hence I didn't dare snap a photo.
But I tell you... wow ! you don't want to be inside the knife shop during earthquake for ...
... windows, etc. Unfortunately our walk was cut short by a massive downpour during which we took shelter in a café. Once the weather was a bit better we continued our walk to reach the area of Asakusa, where the Sensoji temple is. This area is packed with tourists (foreign & Japanese) but we still find it quite charming. We could also see the new SkyTree tower from there (which we decided we'll visit another time, saving ...
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