Hotel Kamakura Mori
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... a lot of cafes with California or Moana in their titles. We ended up having lunch at a Mexican food place. Immaculately clean and best chicken burrito ever. They realised they had overcharged us and the young supervisor came over and gave a refund. So honest, as we did not even know we had been overcharged.
Back into Tokyo before the end of the day crowds and checked out the Harajuku area and the kids all dressed up ...
... Andreas some sort of marinated tofu and pork, and Michiko had pork in sweet sour sauce. (And it was real chinese sweet sour sauce - the black one that smells so smokey and not the chilired stuff with chunks of... someting in it). Delicious! Turned into a short entry but I just got home and its already mere twenty minuets till nine in the evening. Long day but short ...
... many old traditional buildings instead of giant skyscrapers. First stop was Tokeiji temple. It was basically a giant graveyard up the side of a hill, it even had large spiders hanging just above head height to complete the scene (people that know me can imagine how much I enjoyed that). It had rained the during the night and there was still dew around which only added to how beautiful the temple was. Leaving Tokeiji we made for a hiking trail that would ...
... being transported into a fancy restaurant. We had a lovely meal,
sashimi and tempura, of which I did take pictures. Happy now, foodporn-requesting
people? So, thank you Devan Manickam, Ashley Hau Yi and daughter Keighlin (did I
get that right?) for letting me join you on your quest to find this amazing
sashimi dive and helping me remember to take foodporn pictures.
Heading out to the Mori Art Museum I needed to head to Roppongi, an area
known for ...
... offer. Fish of every kind, squid, octopus, crabs. Fruits and vegetables. Some souvenirs like chopsticks, bowls, and knives (Tina wanted to buy some knives - maybe we should have). Once the wholesalers stalls opened at 9am, then we REALLY saw some fish. It seemed like miles of stalls of men carving up tunas, with even some live cuttlefish and giant Japanese spider crabs! It's hard to really describe. But even having eaten all that delicious sushi, I just wanted to start ...