Royal Hills Kisarazu View Hotel
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... yakisoba, deep fried chicken, shu Mai dumplings and potato wedges. Each dish came spaced out throughout the evening and they were all really tasty! Our whole meal including quite a few drinks was just over $120 for six of us so we were pretty impressed! We had a quick stop at Burger King on the way home to try their black burgers - Google them - they are hilarious and then settled in for a night of drinks and youtubing songs in readiness for karaoke night in ...
... t accept gaijin. I wanted to get the Japanese word for resilience. According to "The Girl" and Google translate, there was no direct translation. We never met up again, but she did give me the name of a place. Sunsqlit Tattoo in Shibuya. I got down there at 7:30 pm. Sunsqlit was booked for the night, but they were super helpful in finding the correct word for me. Koku Fu in Japanese. Overcome in English. We all have our battles in life and I am no different. Only I know ...
... us - the closest thing we could liken it to is an opera. The majority of the dialogue was done through a Japanese version of singing (which was really odd sounding harsh Japanese) plus an odd storyline that maybe if we understood what they were saying would make sense, but otherwise left us a bit confused. We both appreciated the experience but may have taken away more with side dialogue in English explaining things.
Since we had planned on getting breakfast ...
... getting tight with their services, we had to pay not only for
the food but also drinks, including water. The only thing we didn’t have to pay
for is going to the bathroom. The bathroom had a window, so you were able to do
your thing with a view.
When the airplane pulled away from the gate, the staff on
the tarmac waived and bowed to us, that’s how friendly the Japanese are.
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... However despite this it is the rituals that make this place interesting as people fight over each other to wash in holy water or breathe in the incense from a pit In the centre which are both said to have healing properties. I inadvertently got a lungful of the stuff so I'm hoping that will rid me of this cold I'm carrying about at the moment! The market stalls running up to senso-ji were also milling with activity and ranged from traditional kimonos, fans and dolls ...