Hotel Pulitzer Jiyugaoka
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... with lots of gardens around it, where the emperor & empress used to enjoy visiting, it was very hard to believe we were in the middle of a city. At the entrance to the shrine we paid our respects by cleansing our hands and mouth before entering. We brought a little wooden tablet to write prayers & wishes on, then hung it around a sacred tree to be blessed each day. We caught the train back to Asakusa & although we feel like we are getting the hang ...
... Ariana did Skype with her school friends, made a short presentation on China and wished everybody a good summer. I also did Skype with my colleagues at Nestlé (hey, great to see you Monique, Benedicte and Kathryn!) so they do not forget me. That day, I realized that this experience is coming to an end but happy that we have enjoyed it so much!
. Elena is crazy about cats and she had been ...
... the law (or more accurately literally running into the law), which due to future employment prospects and wanting to return to Japan at some point later in my life I wont say anymore about; except that it is a great way to quickly sober up. Bakka Guijins.
It wasn't all drunken antics though and our wholesome activities are mainly featured in the pictures. Highlights for me include: visiting the Anime museum where I got to dub my own ...
... we find places tomorrow!) Regardless the pizza was awesome so we were pretty happy. After eating our pizza we headed over the to Museum and were amazed at how huge it was! It had 4 buildings over a huge beautiful estate with fountains and statues. Walking through the museums gave us a good sense of Japanese history and put us in a great state of mind for the rest of our trip because it gave us an idea as to how Japan came to be the great country that it is ...
****** “malt liquor” they have “Whiskey and Soda” in a can. It’s actually quite
E) Forget green spaces, everything is green. The
grass is green, the trees are green, bamboo is green and rice fields are green.
And guess what, they have urban agriculture nailed down here. There are rice
fields EVERYWHERE. Well maybe not right into Tokyo city but a few hundred