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... small flakes were falling from the sky at first I thought it was ash but I soon realised that it was in fact snowing, this is the first time on my holiday that I have seen snow fall from the sky. Beyond the shrine stalls past the shrines stall selling tokens was masses upon masses of food stalls. As I was exploring I found multiple stalls offering everything from noodles to fish, kebabs and many Japanese dishes like Okonomiyaki and many others. As I explored the ...
... Pearl Island where we saw a demonstration of the Ama women diving to harvest the shell fish. An interesting museum showing how pearls are cultivated as well as a shop. We are of course fans of Paspaly.
We hen went on a bus down the Ama hut where some Ama women cooked shellfish for us and told us about their work. Now they use wet suits rather than the white uniform we saw early and their numbers are dropping. They can dive down to 10m but only for a limited time
. L’Elena és boja dels gats i ja fa temps que parla que a Tokyo hi ha bars de gats. I si! Ella mateixa ho busca a internet, ho situa al mapa i passem una hora al Calico Cat Café on hi ha molts gats, tot super net i gent que hi van a llegir, a prendre’s un cafè o simplement a jugar amb gats. Hi ha parelles, dones soles, noies, homes sols i nosaltres. Ens ...
... catch a blue marlin!
After purchasing my 60cm fish I then went around asking the best way to cook and serve it as a meal, I was told buy a few locals that the best way is to cook it straight in a pan, and serve it with nothing but just some juice and herbs on the fish. So I would when I get back to the hotel, but my next step was to go up to some local fishermen and ask if I could go out on one of ...
... day pass covers the Yamanote overground line but if you want t use any other lines you have to add them separately. I got a pass that included just the Oedo underground and the cost pretty much doubled to 1580JPY (approx £10.40). Moral of the story is, buy only what you need!
First stop was the Tsukiji Fish Market, supposedly the largest fish market in the world. Unfortunately i didn't make it to the fish auctions because that starts at 6am and **** that! So i didn't get ...