Hotel Sardonyx Ueno
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... the ticket we used to get there, and the Japanese are very vigilant about checking tickets, but there is never a sense that they suspect you of fare evading, no suspicion on their part. It's just their job, and everyone takes pride in their job. The train to Fuji Q was decked out like Thomas the Tank Engine, complete with English phrases, and like everyone of the thousands of train carriages I have seen or ridden ...
... br> -The word "Yuhi" means sunset in Japanese, due to the beauty in the sun setting.
-Waterfall comes from the Kari river.
-Clothing was known as the kimono which contained an inner and outer layer.
-Heavier kimonos were used for the winter.
-Lighter kimonos were made of silk and were used for summer.
-Under the kimono was a loincloth, or diaper.
... go Friday, and were getting tickets through Hideko's mom. We asked Kara and Sophie if they wanted to go exploring. The hotel has a bunch of stores and restaurants in it. They have a swimming pool, but when we looked at it, it was only lap swimming, maybe they have family swim at another time. However they had a sign that said no tattoos. So I guess I won't be going. The hotel has a 7- eleven attached to it also. Across the street is the train station with other stores. ...
... The Temple area is very huge and color full. At weekends it can get very crowded, but then is a very good time to follow the people and there rituals. We did one of these rituals by our self, it is to touch and rubber Budda Nadi Botokesan, he stays for happiness and healing. So when somebody of you feel better or had a happy moment, who knows if we are not response for it. You can thank us personally, when we are ...
... shopping Mecca with large areas of sculpted parkland to wander round. The first thing you come to, turning right off the boat, is a small(er) Statue of Liberty, with Tokyo's skyscrapers away in the distance making a great backdrop. The trip is worth it for that view alone, and plenty of people were there, arriving by car or by train presumably. I wandered through the malls, through the park and into the 'garage museum', wondering what amusing bit ...