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... I have enjoyed the company of all of the Japanese students I have met and hope to keep in contact with them once I am back in the United States.
During the farewell party the students put on their robes and did a final dance for everyone. Then some of us joined in and they let us wear their robes that they hand painted.
What a gosh darn honor.
One last, full day in Tokyo and it's temple day.
After getting off the JR train at Harajuku, we headed for one of Japan's most famous Shinto shrine, the Meiji-jingo. Walking through toril gate, the main arch way, the temple is located deep in a park and can be reached through several paths.
The shrine is a tribute to Emperor Meiji and Empress Shoken. Along the pathway to the temple, there are many historical ...
... Because my Sumo ticket was good for the day, I went to see some more wrestling. A much different atmosphere, lots of people, much more serious matches, and very large wrestlers. The Sumo day was over, and there was one more stop I wanted to make. This was the Tokyo Skytree. The second tallest structure in the world. I went from big to bigger. I have never been so high up in a building before, very amazing view. I purposely went at ...
... and has a marathon time way beyond respectable. In truth I was doing little talking, but after meeting a Japanese man of about 55 (actually 70) who was looking ready to go despite running to the track and having run a 100k at the weekend, we warmed up around Yoyogi park. So I did see it, albeit in the dark. Two laps in and I lost my bearings, lapping a perfect circle, but by now we were into marital sex life when he decided to introduce me to the Englishman who was warming up just ...
... br> city and they are absolutely right. The A Bomb memorials are there, all over
the place but in a quiet way (not in your face). You see people showing respect
as well as people enjoying the spaces. Visited the Peace Park, the ruined
building now known as the A Bomb Dome, the impact site and more before leaving
the past and discovering Hiroshima today. A very lively area with shops and
malls all over. Transport is a doddle with trams (or streetcars) ...