Hotel Livemax Amagasaki
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... loved a shop run by an elderly lady that sold antique kimino and other bits and pieces. Very quaint. One thing we are at odds with is the Japanese love of cats. They all coo and carry on and have cat statues in their window sills, whereas we see them as a feral nuisance and menace to native wildlife. You see a lot less dogs in Japan, and most are smaller breeds. We love the dogs, but of course they are ...
... also caused trouble getting off because we hadn’t swiped our transport card getting on (well previous buses were one-swipe, flat fare), so we probably got a bargain. The
bus drivers have throat mikes and do a running commentary on the route, probably throwing in remarks about ‘bloody foreigners’ as they do so.
We thought we had the train to Osaka (where we change for Hiroshima) sussed – but we were wrong again and had to change platforms for ...
... until the afternoon, then getting ready for engagements in the evening, they might do 2-3 parties and not get home until after midnight. Their hair is done once a week at a special salon and they have to sleep on a wooden block to stop it getting messed up. When you become a geisha you can actually wear a wig apparently.
All the kimono and accessories can weigh about 7kg and when a maiko becomes a geisha the kimono changes to one ...
... that only 15kg of the 50kg bomb actually underwent fission due to a technical failure, so the bomb should have been a lot bigger. 15kg was still more than enough. I was pleasantly surprised by the trip, it wasn't at all depressing. The city is beautiful, it looks a lot like Melbourne. No crowds, rivers flowing through it, big parks, lots of people on bicycles. A large portion of things in the museum were dedicated to how Japan reacted to the bomb, people came ...
... to walk as it would be quicker than catching the bus. In doing so, we passed the Museum of Kyoto. We didn't want to pay to see the museum but the bottom floor was free. The building was originally the former bank of Japan. When we entered, we came into the annex hall which was set up for a concert. There was a lady practicing on a harp and with the setting, it would make for an amazing concert. The Kyoto International Manga Museum houses a collection of over 300,000 items ...