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... Edo period of samurai warriors, it was all but destroyed in WW2 and rebuilt in sixties. Too modern for my liking but the rear gardens and castle walls were good. Would be more pretty in spring or Autumn though, bland in winter. After the tour I walked past the crown Prince palace which was much more fitting for an Emperor and then walked to Harajuku which is quite a distance but easy to get around on foot. I looked forward to Harajuku but it was a let down. ...
... back at the room and finished off dinner before the laundry tasks again. Joseph is snoring away whilst I am blogging this.
We are off to Harajuku tomorrow and will be meeting up with Shigeki for lunch again.
... not. We got up when the sun came up. (We'd had enough of cold, night climbing on Kilimanjaro.) We ate our bento (boxed meal) breakfast and, enjoying the expansive, beautiful scene of clouds and forest and lakes below, headed up, reaching the summit in less than a couple of hours. At the summit station people were laying around, enjoying the sun. Much the atmosphere of a ski resort, but no snow. We rested a bit and then, fortunately, took a peek at ...
... more demanding position with family and ends the show choosing the people who matter most, while causing the executives--literally--to fall off a cliff.
Does this in any way relate to my trip to Japan? Yes. Simply the fact that I watched it on the plane to this foreign country makes it so. However, my point in mentioning this is to express that despite the excitement and splendor of farming oranges in Ehime, I will still make it a priority ...
... you're ever lost head to the top of a Matsuya or Daimaru to find surprisingly fantastic food. In our case we stop at a Katsu restaurant with delicious Anzu pork and wild rice.
Our trek up the building has ...
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