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... each. It certainly helped eating a number of things – the slimy seaweed in gloop, the dried fish with some kind of fried plant that was aniseedy to start with then became peppery and really overpowering. The best was the vegetable pancake and something resembling a Japanese version of Kimchi, my least favourite – silken tofu, ergh. The bill at the end was a totally made up and probably grossly over-priced, but with a couple of glasses of sake in side – who ...
It took longer than expected to get to Kyoto. Following our arrival in Tokyo, we had to buy a rail ticket from Narita airport to Tokyo, and from there to Kyoto…a four hour journey. We arrived in Kyoto at around 7:00 pm, and were hungry and void of any yen. Finding no ATM's anywhere in the large and very busy train station, we found a taxi that took credit cards, and headed to our apartment rental. Our plan was to check in, obtain some cash, and have dinner ...
... were tired from the hike up the park, an air conditioned rest room allowed patrons to feed the monkeys through caged windows. Patrons could by bags of fruit or nuts to feed the monkey for 100 Yen, which is pretty good value for the entertainment you got. As you held out the food on the palm of your hand, the Macaque monkeys would put their arms through holes in the cage and grab the food out of your hand with their little hands. Some ...
... it’s a bit messy. Thanks
10, 50, 100, 200, 270 quilòmetres per hora. Aquesta és la velocitat del tren-bala que agafem a Odawara per anar a Kyoto. 毎時10、50、100 、200、270キロ& #12290;それは我 々が京都に ...
... brush and a stick of something black. Eventually, by watching what the Japanese in front of us were doing, we worked out that we were supposed to wet the black stick in the water to make ink, and then write over the faint characters. It was very laborious, and we did it for an hour, I got about two thirds done. We then wrote our name and a wish, and handed it to a monk who promised that it would find its way to Buddha. We shall see. By now I was so stiff I ...