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... located in the park. The first one was the remembering children killed in disasters. The second was to people killed in the 1923 earthquake in Tokyo. There were a few examples of melted metal e.g. a car, printing press, torpedoes, clumps of nails as well as a building column. There was another larger memorial to the people killed in the American air raids over Tokyo during WWII. Unfortunately, the Memorial Hall was being renovated. It certainly looked like ...
... spectacular over the big city. We could even see Mount Fuji for a short moment, the weather was very clear.
We wanted to eat out in the evening, as our daughters boyfriend arrived late in the afternoon, but we realized that the restaurants around the hotel are closing before 21:00 and we were accomodating ourselves to an improvised picknik in the apartment with food obtained in a convenience store.
... that it was the same person and handed me my money, and a tissue. I had, had enough of the constant money troubles and broke down in tears relieved we could finally carry on our trip and have a decent meal. Rach and I rendezvoused at the hostel almost at the same time. She had also been successful in getting her police report.
We had a day to kill and with the sun shining I hoped we could finally make it to see Mount Fuji. The weather had been so rubbish the last ...
... on the subway and Yamanote line to Akihabara. It's the electronics district, so I wandered around a few camera shops looking at lenses and other stuff. Then, back on the train and over to the Imperial Palace gardens. It was really peaceful as there were hardly any other people walking around. Lots of guard houses and gardens. There was still a lot of snow, so I couldn't really see a lot of the plants the signs were talking about, but the trees looked ...
... but had the same look and
weight of the real thing. They let us hold one of the replicas and I was
surprised by how light it was. I thought for sure it would be too heavy for me,
but it was actually alright. Now I certainly wouldn’t be able to hold it for
much more than a few minutes before my arm would start to hurt, and certainly
not be able to swing it at anyone for any extended amount of time, but I was
still very impressed by it. We ...