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... making fabrics.
Just before the war they had started to explore building components for machines and then the actual vehicles. They would prototype in wood then go to the steel stage once they knew all the pieces would fit and work correctly together.
The museum was so well thought out and planned with many interactive features and even some of the original buildings are still housed inside the museum. There were also staff everywhere to demonstrate ...
... check in, just time to dump our bags & off we went for a walk around the town we went to a museum, a shrine, the Takayama festival float exhibition hall, we then went to the old part of town. We had a beautiful tea not far from there. When we got back from tea we had another spa, getting used to it (in the nude) still lots of laughs. It's now 9.00 and ready for bed. Ran out of battery so no pictures of ...
... it woudl be something different. Fred saw it was green and made a comment about it being mint. One bite later his face was hilarious! A special roll is just rice and seaweed rolled around a bunch of wasabi. Tyler didn't seem as surprised since he went second but it definitely hit him too! Somehow the three of them finished the entire thing off. Overall it was a beautiful dinner and we were all surprised by the impressive amount of Japanese that Luke knew after only being in ...
... it, quickly figured out trains and got us there. Now onto Incheon Airport (have we mentioned it's the nicest airport in the world?) for a 4 hour layover and back home. E plays in the airport, dumbstruck by the South Korean parade in the airport and generally has a great time. H and I guzzle beers. Back to Seattle and Dottie!
Aichi prefecture - Nagoya Castle, Nagoya known for its flat noodles,
Toyohashi (packpack & fun stuff, street lights in round bird cages,
alleys w/ bars); train, taxi, car