Hotel Unizo Shinbashi
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... sticks to receive a random fortune. Bad idea if you take that sort of thing to heart. A bad fortune - and they don't pull any punches- can be a downer. David and I stick no chance after 30 years of marriage... David opened the drawers till he found a happier one, and then paid the 100 yen.
Even after a short time you can't help but form impressions - which is invariably a mistake, because there is so much about a country's history and culture that you can't ...
One eye on the past, the other on the future. I heard some one say that about Japan, and after today I know that to be true. Japan is not a religious country, but it does have a native religion. Shinto, the indigenous religion of Japan. It does not have a written scripture and does not have statues depicting and deity. It is a religion based on gaining good favor so that the can have a plentiful harvest. Buddhism is the second largest religion in Japan and is often blended into ...
... 4 of us. I then say to the Mom "They are working on a school project right?" The mother, also in perfect English says to me "Well, something like that..." and she says something to the boys I didn't understand and they each pull out 2 very interesting pieces of Origami and hand them to me saying "Enjoy Japan!" You know, that's pretty serious hospitality! Japan certainly is impressive on just about every level.
As we continued our tour around Sensoji ...
... streets despite there being almost zero bins.
- Japan is not as expensive as you may have been led to believe.
- The language barrier is nowhere near as problematic as I was led to believe.
- Life revolves around the Japanese railway system.
- The hostel toilet cistern lid is actually a sink. The ball cock turns on the tap per the sink so you can wash your hands after the loo, it then keeps the used water for toilet flushing because the plug drains into the cistern, ...
... word Tsukiji.
Tsukiji fish market, for those who don't know, is the world's largest seafood
market. I'd read about this market and had initially planned to visit the place
early in the morning when the auction for the Bluefin tuna is on, but I was
certainly in the need for good food now, at 14:00, so off I went.
Checking the map occasionally I made my way through small alleys that
finally opened up on an industrial looking area with loads of ...