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... food. Crystal - I now understand why when you returned from Australia why you got so excited about all the food choices in the store!
Work has been going pretty good, one thing I have really learned here is that when there is a language barrier there is no such thing as over communicating or over communicating the over communication. :) I was kind of starting to wonder just how beneficial my trip here was for ...
... a rickshaw pulled by a Japanese man to take you around.
People here do not smoke while walking down the street. But, here there is a place on the street that is a smoking area. It has bins to place the cigarette butts once you finish the cigarette. Like the other places I have been in Japan, the streets here are spotless.
There are other shrines in the area also. Some are open to the public and some are just for the worshipers that belong there. There is ...
... eat/drink in 2hrs deal. We put the effort in and made the most of it....a mix of gluttony and having missed meaty meals and good wine. By the end we were both stuffed and merrily drunk. The meat was amazing! Char had 3 deserts...although she maintains they were small... All in all, Tokyo was great and as strange as they may seem, the Japanese were super friendly and we didn't feel that we were outsiders as much as we have done in the other Asian countries we have ...
I started off today by paying a visit to the créme de la créme of department stores in Tokyo - Isetan. I was told about it by my nail guru Nagisenko and it was just around the corner from my hotel so I can't believe I hadn't checked it out sooner! There's so much to see and do in Shinjuku alone that it's easy to miss stuff. When I'm walking around I spend most of my time looking left and right just trying to take everything in! The department ...
... not seem to be any recession. I wish I could have snuck some photographs of the outfits that I saw- It is such a contrast to the uniforms that they all have to wear while in school.
Religion and superstition are important. As I walked, I saw shrines tucked into people's yards everywhere. People were always bowing, clapping, lighting incense, praying, hanging prayers or doing some sort of thing. There was Buddhism and Shinto, yet they ...