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... twice the population of NYC. However, it’s amazingly quiet, and has many parks spread across it. The woods in this park are dense, and it’s easy to forget that you are in the middle of the city! Meiji Shrine is dedicated to the Emperor and Empress who are enshrined here. It’s regarded as the most important shrine in the city (though it was completely destroyed in the war, and later rebuilt). As you walk to the shrine, there’s ...
... and it was fascinating to see how little remains as the entire mansion was mostly made of wood and paper and burnt hundreds of years ago. Still standing is a watch tower on the moat, as well as a serene garden inside, but all of the other areas are now common grass areas that are beautifully manicured and open to the public. Just one more interesting fact from this tour is that the Japanese gardens are created to celebrate the four ...
... for the people across the borders.
August 1990 – Association of the Flame of Hiroshima & Nagasaki lit at the Ueno Toshogu”
Dans un recoin du parc Ueno, un peu caché derrière le zoo, se trouve un shrine dédié à Tokugawa Ieyatsu. Malgré son architecture remarquable, ce n’est pas le sujet du poste d’aujourd’hui. Je me suis dit que ce serait une bonne idée d’écrire sur un petit monument qui passe presque ...
... forgot that in order to get close to the palace we needed to fill out a form on the Internet and get approved. Oops.
Where is a good place to go after lunch? How about the parasitology museum. The train dropped us about a half mile from the entrance to the museum. The museum is small but packed with a ton of nasty things. The bottom floor showcases jars and jars of parasites found inside animals. Upstairs shows the myriad of parasites that live in humans. ...
... a sense of direction and getting around but so far Tokyo has me stumped! I cannot figure this place out. There are maps scattered throughout the city to help you get around but honestly, they're more confusing than anything. First of all they keep changing the orientation of the maps!! In both the city maps and my Travel Guide Maps the "North" orientation is in constant flux making it very difficult to get a sense of anything. Plus the city maps are always zoomed in ...
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