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... larger than the one at Railway Village yesterday. It was certainly very impressive. I guess every train enthusiast would like to have one in his/her backyard. It's a pity again that it was all in Japanese and we couldn't understand a word of it.
The official unveiling of the first shinkansen service was on the 1st of October, 1964, in time for the Tokyo Olympics. The trial runs had been ongoing for at least a year prior to ...
... a special mushroom planting drill bit. The mushroom spores are on wooden plugs, which we hammered into the holes. We watched our host go on a rampage with his backhoe to find trees for us to inoculate, knocking down what would amount to a small forest. The 1500 mushroom plugs we planted will be available to eat in two years!
We also did some other stuff like package dried sweet potatoes (they taste kind of like dates and are very good). We ...
Ok it's so, so late but I am going to try and write down what has happened so far... no doubt I'll miss heaps out and it may be months before I get to the actual living in Sapporo part of my story but hey, this is something!!
So Monday the 10th of January I left Perth and flew to Narita airport, Tokyo. I had an uneventful 4 hour stopover in Denpasar, Indonesia of which the most interesting thing that happened was I called Dad for about 5 minutes from an airport ...
Short entry today again.
Went to meet my host mothers sister for lunch at a restaurant in Mito today where they do sumo-style food. So big massive pot filled with everything. Apparently they have one to themselves and then go to sleep afterwards and thats how they get tank mode. It was goooood, also tried a 0% alcohol beer which was actually pretty good. After that we went to a wind ...
... temples, shrines, parks, community centers, etc., so figured we’d go explore some of their "12 Scenes in Tokai" and other historical sites.
We rode our bikes several kilometers up to the NW part of town (we’re staying in the SE). It’s always pretty nice riding bikes around here, as there is plenty of farmland, gardens, and traditional houses with ...