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Sated with our shopping prowess we continue to the temple itself.
Sensoji is said to be the oldest Buddhist temple in Japan, dedicated to the bodhisattva Kannon and thriving with Japanese devotees praying ...
... told me she had two daughters named Hina (8) and Futaba (3) (I only knew about Futaba from my "host family information page" at STS). And her daughters and husband Shingo, couldn't speak English. She worked in advertisement and Shingo was a stay at home dad. That was different from what I expected, really a positive surprise, I mean Internet media didn't mention that there equal rights had gone this far, I only hear that they are trying :) ...
... the many memories ... farewell, meeting new people, new job and graduation.
Many petals of Sakura are falling like a snow. How beautiful !
The most beautiful time of cherry blossoms are falling. Because short lived.
Photos were taken by Yuki in Japan(Chiba prefecture).
... him enough money for the stamps (70 yen per card).
First drinks at a bar called Wide Open - a Kanpai Cup which was served in the jar with no glass (800 yen). It was only 5.15 so not surprisingly the only person there beside me was the barman. This place has two levels – upstairs bar with half a dozen bar stools and a couple of tables and a lounge downstairs. I sat downstairs and read my book.
My next stop was Abbott’s Choice, an Irish bar, where I had ...
... seedy element to it as well - it feels a bit like Kings X in Sydney,
It's the only part of Tokyo where i've ever felt 'alert' or 'aware' of my surroundings - in most of Tokyo if you see a random alleyway and it was 4:00am in the morning you wouldn't even think twice about walking down it - Tokyo is a very safe place - Roppongi however was a different story.
When I exited the station on to Roppongi-dori there were random people giving out passes ...