Travel Blogs from Matsumoto
... and powerful.
Other points that I will have to write in the next blog include:
- all you can drink bar (2 hours) with New Zealand man and some of his friends......lol.......
- sparklers outside with Yuki and Haruto
- hearing the son speak for the first time!!
- testing out more toilet buttons
- my Tea Ceremony is tomorrow.....pretty excited about that
- only 8 days left of my journey! I can not believe it is coming to an end!!!!
... The sheet music the recreated themselves so that it was color coded to the bells so that you knew which bell to play when! I wish all sight reading was that easy.
After bells it was dessert time. We had this cornstarch/water/sugar paste covered in different items like red beans, sesame seeds, and what looked like grounded gramcrackers. It was another chewy texture and semi sweet.
Spent the rest of the ...
... a huge shrine called yasaka shrine. There was also two temples also to view. Every where we walked we were amazed by the beauty and how huge the place was. It was so peaceful and quiet . As we left the park we walked down through gion visiting the gion centre and then spotting a geisha along the way. Walking back to the hotel we walked along the streets and slowly along the mini river . Again all so beautiful. We ...
... I saw one of Kuzuko’s friend/neighbor there. I remember meeting her from the concert. She is actually the teacher for the flower arrangement class that I will go to on Monday 7/7/14 with Kuzuko.
After work Allyce came home with me so that we could go to an American 4th of July Party Japan style. We were invited by Natalie our interpreter from ...
... in doggy heaven with all those bubbles!
Today for dinner we (Kuzuko and myself) went with Mr. Hoya to all you can eat sushi! Conveyer belt sushi! You can pull something premade off the belt or use the tablet at your table and order something. The order then comes on a little electronic car out to your seat. It was awesome and yummy! I ate my weight in sushi. Most of the ...