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... known for the cats that hang around the area. Many of the shops picked up that theme, and reminding me of Brett , I had to pick him up some cat figurines. Cats (neko) are considered lucky in Japan. Each color is for something different, I purchased white ones which is luck in happiness.
I returned to Ueno to grab dinner. I tried something new, some deep fried chicken with sauce over rice. I had ...
... called Le Pain which was close to our hotel. After checking it out we walked a few blocks in the area. It is all downtown areas filled with small eating places. We hit the area around noon so most were filled with workers on a lunch break. Most of them were counter type with quick service. After snagging a bottle of wine and snacks we headed back to Le Pain to ...
... of how we feel alone with all our burdens piling up, barely able to see the
rest, and only when we stop and take that step back do we see that we’re not
That was somewhat more profound than I usually write, but the experience
was amazing, and if anyone is ever able to see Lee Mingwei’s work I highly
recommend going for it.
After all this high society artsy stuff I was in dire need of a drink. Yes,
I was thirsty, but ...
"I love Japan, I love Japan!" Kaiya squeals as we walk down the busy street in Tokyo. She tells me she loves being surrounded by people speaking Japanese; she loves all the interesting food and sweet bean treats; she loves gawking at all the girls in the sparkly shoes, character emblazoned bags, brightly dyed hair and cheesy accessories galore; she loves the grand temples, the traditional crafts, the dancers and musicians all over the park; she loves the adventure of riding ...
Today we had to be at the lobby by 8:00 a.m. We all loaded a tour bus and met our tour guide Akiko. Hideko's parents Takashi and Sumiyo joined our tour, it was nice seeing them. Our first stop was the Imperial Palace where the Emperor and Empress of Japan lives. They were too busy to meet our group but we got to take a couple of pictures of their property. Around the palace there are a lot of pine trees. The trees are male and their meaning is ...