TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Sunpatio Edogawa
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... of those extra hours! We took a tour to see the 50-acre temple complex in Narita, the quiet Narita downtown, took some pictures in authentic kimonos and ate the most delicious lunch either of us had had in a long time! We also toured around the countryside a bit seeing the rice fields and the gorgeous and luscious green landscape that makes up most of the country of Japan. Our lunch was one for the books! We asked our driver to take us to a local place ...
... in Tokyo which was where some of Gabbys friends were. They had a huge robot figure there. We had okonomiyaki for dinner, which they cooked on a hot plate in front of us. So far I am really loving all the Japanese food! We were pretty tired from all the walking so we said goodbye and went home. Tomorrow I think I'll explore shinjuku and then meet up with gabby for ...
... an actual Buddhist ritual in Sensoji! We could see the inside through an opening, showing the massive altar and the Buddhist monk (?) facing it, chanting.
The area leading to Sensoji Temple has streets full of stores and food stalls. This is the Asakusa market. I loved this place! There were so many neat things and interesting food to try. I had to practice so much restraint. Ultimately, Josh and I spent almost the whole day there.
... over a year, turned his back on family and friends and hung out in the brothels of Osaka. But secretly..... Or so one version tells it, he was waiting for the right moment, when the ronin were no longer seen as a threat. Eighteen months after their master was executed, he led 46 of hsi compatriots on a raid to the house of the old man, calling him out to fight. They killed him, and sent a message to the widow of their master telling her they had taken vengeance upon their foe. ...
... Nippori and not Ueno. When I arrived at the station I played dumb tourist and went to walk through what I thought was an open barrier, but it **** around my legs but I wiggled through! Haha! I walked out of the station and saw a cute Japanese granny smiling at me so I said 'Konnichiwa' and she looked to impressed and said it back! Nils arrived to meet me at the station and I was so pleased to see him! We took the subway to his place, dumped my bags ...
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