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... religion to make up for the lack of moral direction and scripture. This blending of cultures can be seen at the shrine I visited today, the Toshogu Shrine (home of the three no evil monkeys) in Nikko,Japan. The shrine has Buddhism gods guarding the entrance and the architecture has a very Indian influence. Since Japan early years they have always focused on improving. In the evening on the heart of Shinjuku there is a robot restaurant. A restaurant that entertains using ...
... of flavors.
We had a 45 min walk home which also felt good. The rain had stopped and we hurried along the streets of Shibuya towards home. Its not late and we want to watch a show.
After only 10 min I have made what seemed impossible possible- Netflix isn’t available in Japan. I find a blog that describes how to get a VRP (I think that is what its called) is a secret address that allows you to brows the internet ...
... given cheese and a raw egg yoke to put on it. Those were honestly the best ones, the raw yoke mixed in to the pancake and all the rest of it was so good.
Aftersupper we went to a gaming building. 7 floors of games, arcade, billiards, pool, and of course, ping pong. We played for a while, it wasa lot of fun, but ******* the head after a while. People take their gaming serious here, some where sweating from those dance games, and
other had pretty much set up house. ...
... could not select it. He looked at us, making a cross signal with his hands. The train Alistair and David had bought a ticket for was gone; we had just missed it. The fare denomination was no longer available because it was the last train.
Looking on the bright side, Alistair and David did not need to buy a new ticket. This is because Tokyo does not evaluate the validity of tickets by zones, instead relying on the value of the ticket. ...
... been on 5 flights with us so far) was a problem and for some reason they asked Andy to keep his belt on just so he would beep and be frisked as if they had to meet a quota. Anyway finally we were at our gate only to discover that our flight was delayed. We boarded and waited on the runway for what seemed like ages before a member of ground staff came aboard to check a man and his 15 year old son's details (Norwegian) asked for passports and tickets and ignored ...