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... we reached our destination. The hostel did not have a 24 hour reception service, so we had to supply a key code to the security device to enter (Just a number pad – wanted to make it sound technological and fancy). The keys to our room were left on the reception desk inside an envelope with kind greeting messages. Trying our best not to wake up anyone else in the room, well, we woke up everyone else in the room. Luckily that was just one person.
From the Canal Café I wandered to the Imperial Gardens just north from there, and on my way stopped by the infamous Yasukuni Shrine. It is here that the Japanese commemorate their fallen warriors, including those from wars against China and World War II, which is why the Yasukuni Shrine is so controversial. It looked rather innocent though, when I visited on that sunny afternoon.
A short walk from the shrine and I had entered the Imperial Gardens, a ...
Got on a train early in the morning to Tokyo! There was a big group of us of 10 people. We all look so out of place and get many stares since the majority of us are blonde and 96% of Japan are Japanese…we stick out like sore thumbs. We all figured out the train to Tokyo from Yokohama pretty easily. Once we were waiting for our train we mat a man names David. He's been living in Japan ...
... before the real thing, as there's always a massive pre-show spectacle - bowing and proud slapping of flab - before the 30 second wrestle begins. During the games, Chatty makes a friend who offers her a mid-wrestle mini-meal of vast quantities of chicken on a skewer. Not her first choice of snack, but a friendly gesture nonetheless. This confirms our opinion that the Japanese are ...
... to cry, he made it through, just. The father of the groom made a small speech and then we clapped and whooped the new Mr and Mrs Hasabe back down the isle. The newlyweds then individually said goodbye to everyone and each had their photos taken with them while thanking them for coming with a gift.
Mariko and I took a quick exit back to the Kimono shop and got de-kimonoed and into our dresses ready for the night do. Although it was a bit sad to ...