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... enjoyed photographing the museum as much as he enjoyed just looking at and appreciating the pieces. We both enjoyed it in our own ways. He can explain it in words and I can explain it in photos.
After the museum it was time to head back to the port terminal. On the bus ride back, our tour guide handed out paper and showed us how to make a sailboat and a frog. It was really fun that we were doing origami in Japan right after seeing Mt. Fuji. I chose to travel with ...
... say we were, for a change). Joseph usually gets the third degree but because he was with me, there wasn't a problem. He asked us how long we were going to be in Japan for. When I said two days, he gave me a quizzical look. I told him that we had been in Taiwan and was stopping over in Tokyo before flying home. No worries.
We caught the Narita Express to Shingawa Station and then changed to the local train on the Tokaido Line for Kawasaki. One stop, but we did skip the first train ...
... facet of Japanese cuisine. The first type of food on Mariko's Magical Food Tour (MMFT for short) was tonkatsu (deep-fried breaded pork tenderloin with a sort-of Worcestershire sauce). In order that I won't have to repeat myself everytime I mention a meal, I'll just say now that all the things on MMFT were absolutely delicious.
On Saturday our first stop was Asakusa, which has one of Tokyo's most famous Buddhist temples, called ...
... have been a game on as there were hundreds of people walking in the same direction as us. I believe it was the Yokohama Baystars Vs. Tokyo Swallows. Minus the inappropriate giggle I got from the name of the Tokyo team. It was pretty clear that this was a big sport and the fans were rabid.
The lines leading up to the stadium were massive. After a few photo opportunities taken around the stadium and under the massive banner. We checked out the Yokohama Baystars ...
... fun along the way
You ever had that moment where you walk for what seems like forever and then end up eating right next door to where you started? I have. 2 hours walk in the rain around Ginza ...