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... A good time to waste an hour if just looking to relax.
This is about the time that we started walking around looking for lunch. As I said in an earlier post, I'm not the most open and experimental person when it comes to trying foods that I think are unappetizing. So after a while I came across a packed out McDonald's and tried as many burgers as I could. I wanted to see how different they do things in Japan to the way things are done in Australia.
... museum, most of the museum was not written in English but it was nice to see the different apparatus in Tokyo and the history of the fire service in Japan. After the fire museum I went back to the train and took it to another area of town, to find the Kaikan Origami Museum. I got off the station which was near Tokyo Dental and Medical School, I walked around for a long time, trying ...
... Osaka is no more than a thirty minute train ride from Kobe. Once in Osaka and in possession of my rail pass, I thought I would try it out by taking the subway to Osaka castle. This is one of the largest castles and most dramatic castles in Japan and, though it is a concrete reconstruction, you could never tell. After walking through the castle, I took the subway again; this time to Mino-o, where I took ...
... shops. From there, we drove through many different districts of the very crowded city to Hotel Nikko, where we had a fabulous western-style lunch. We enjoyed some beautiful views of the city from this location. Following, we went to the Imperial Palace Grounds. The Emperor and Empress live in the Imperial Palace, which obviously is not open to the public. By this time, the weather had turned ...
... it did not really smell at all and most of the walkways were incredibly clean considering how busy it was.
Most of the stall holders seemed happy for us to take photos of their wares and some of them seemed really proud of their product. Some of the fresh tunas were absolutely massive and we watched as they were expertly skinned and cut into fillets.
Most of the stallholders would cut the fish ...
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