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... arriving in any Fast Food Chain in Japan. You will learn pretty quickly that everyone loves their job. Japanese people are possibly the nicest and most gracious people I've ever come across. Not once was I greeted with a rude look or unhappiness to serve me. I was always greeted with a huge smile and always so helpful when trying to work out the menu. The menu at times were a struggle as I was unaware of what I was ordering.
I remember trying three burgers ...
... I can't explain the different prices although my best guess is it has to do with location. The capsules are roughly the size of a phone booth laid on its side. They're stacked two high and are in rows of various lengths with four to eight being typical. I had an upper booth, which may be considered better than a lower one although they look the same once you're inside.
I was assigned a capsule and given a key to the ...
... took our pictures in the main area/ clock tower we went to the foot bath. It felt nice except for the fact that there were rocks on the bottom! They put it there on purpose because its supposed to stretch out the muscles in your feet… didn’t feel good though so we sat down pretty much right away. This bath was like mixed boys and girls since you were still supposed to wear your yukata while in the bath since it was only your feet. After the foot bath ...
... walk though New England-esque woods. I saw something I would never see in the New England woods, though, monkeys.
After that, I traveled to Kyoto to find the hostel I was staying at. Again, the distance is not far and a regular train would have made the journey in about 45min. With the rail pass, however, I could take the bullet train for the exact same price, namely, nothing. When I arrived in Kyoto ...
... so if they don't interest you, maybe give it a miss. Fantastic view across the southern end of the Imperial Palace Gardens as well.
Then the Mitsuo Aida Museum. This was the most beautiful space in the basement of the International Forum Building, itself a fantastic building/complex. Al found it hard work but I enjoyed it. Mitsuo Aida was a very famous modern Japanese poet who died n the ...
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