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... that had a few I liked, including some creepily real looking life size ball jointed dolls in Victorian type outfits, some Alice in Wonderland characters and antique miniature porcelain Kewpies, but the rest were more of the conservative western old lady variety, the standard China Doll type, not the arty kind I was seeking. Keep that in mind if you're going there.
And next we realised after hours of desperately trying to find the amazing Maria ...
... Hebrew speaking people she met in Japan, a father and son, Eli and Assaf. They had an extremely interesting, but predictable, reaction to the very strong powdered green matcha tea. Eli taught us how to sit correctly, and knows a lot of Japanese.
Sitting here at the top of Mt Fujimi, looking at the surrounding area, a beautiful garden with exquisitely tailored trees and lawns, encapsulated by the urban mega polis that is Tokyo, I can't help but envy the businessmen who ...
... I was the Hostel Directions master, guiding us safely to our temporary homes.
A Taste of Japan
The day kicked off with a nice healthy breakfast of fruit, muesli, bran and yogurt with Andrew and Noboku. Andrew was off to work again this morning as I headed out for the day to see what Tokyo had to offer. Me and Andrew agreed to meet up at Sugamo station at 2pm where he would take me for a wonder to his favourite local park, a short ...
... large selection of knives for every occasion, both in stainless and carbon steel varieties. Tina found one she liked and engraved what hopefully says "Tina" on it in Japanese characters. Either that or hooker. I'm not about to look it up to find out.
We then headed for Tokyo Station, which was supposed to be really nice and have lots of stores and restaurants inside. It was really grand looking with it's red brick, but unfortunately all the stores and ...
After our lookout break we made our way to the river to walk along the paths in the park. The walk seemed longer than it was supposed to, but we finally reached the river about an hour later. We got to walk past shops and restaurants and just observe how people spend their Saturdays here. It is nice to do the non-touristy thing sometimes because you get a better sense of the country and the people that live there. Plus, it is free to ...