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... divinities, themselves as well
as their own precedents.
Japanese Traditional 'Landscape Gardens' can be roughly classified into
three variants as Chaniwa Gardens or 'Tea gardens', Karesansui Garden or
'Dry Gardens' and Tsukiyama Gardens or 'Hill Gardens'. The huge variety
of Japanese Traditional Gardens includes the gardens like Nijo Castle,
Ryoanji, Byodoin, ...
... accidentally escaped from his owner's house because he really wanted the young girl to take him for a walk but she had to go to school. He explored the world and naturally when he didn't return that evening, the girl and family got upset and worried. The film ended happily and was really cute but definitely not their strongest film. We wondered around a bit more and visited to gift shop where I bought a few souvenirs. We then headed back to the station ...
... and checking out a gazzilion tea paraphernalia offerings. Since I don't drink tea my interest soon waned. The shopping area was fun to go through, narrow street, an occasional bicycle or small motor scooter, and lots of little stalls selling a vast assortment of basic staple items. No adequate way to describe the fabulous pleasing scent wafting out of the little bread/pastry shop. Steve had a ...
... acclimatise, our tummies rumble, sustenance is needed…what to eat in Japan? Sushi, what else! We find a little independent place, run by a man and his son and delve into the conveyer belts, each plate symbolising a different price. The raw tuna is divine, Elly and I love our pickled ginger and soya sauce, the salmon is so fresh…only raw fish here, no deviation like the sushi restaurants in the UK…no this is authentic, this is Tokyo baby!
... went to Harajuku station area and Tokyo's grandest Shinto shrine, Meiji-Jingu. The 1920 edifice enshrines the Emperor Meiji and Empress Shoken, under whose rule Japan ended its isolation from the outside world. It was destroyed during bombings in World War II and reconstructed in 1958. Surrounded by 70 hectares of forest, it is a welcome break from the city.
Next was Roppongi. A party town at ...
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