Kawaguchi Station Hotel
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... Planet it suggests you get there for 3am to get into the actual fish auction. However, be warned they only allow 120 spectators in a night so if you get there at 3am and can't get in, you might get a bit annoyed! Even arriving at 7am we could walk round the market outside the auction and sample some of the local dishes and try some of the best and most fresh sushi in the world!
The Tokyo Metropolitan Government building is a ...
... In 1888 construction of a new Imperial Palace was completed. The palace was once again destroyed during WW2 and rebuilt in the same style afterwards. The inner grounds only open to the public on the January 2nd for a New Years Greeting and on December 23rd for the Emperors birthday. The East Gardens, however, are open to the public all year round so I walked around these. ...
... train, and the subway, and a train to the airport---and fly to Los Angeles. There we would visit our granddaughter, and make our way to the Pacific Crest Trail for a one month walk through the highest of the High Sierras.
Sayonara Japan! And arigato (thank you!)
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As always, our love,
Barbara-san and Dick-san
We woke up and it was Saturday already. Having left the hostel, there were many locals with umbrellas. I had read that in Japan the the weathermen have a very tough job. If they do not give accurate readings, their jobs are at risk. I also read that the Japanese are very organised. If they have umbrellas, expect it to rain even if it looks sunny outside. Of course, after 2 hours it started lashing! Ikebukuro was on the cards for the day, There was an aquarium here and a ...
... remote control for the air conditioner in the room, which limits electricity use by Americans.
A note on social order: The extensive list of hotel rules includes a prohibition on guests who are members of "gangster organizations under the Act on Prevention of Unjust Acts by Organized Crime Group Members," and the ban extends to members of "any other antisocial group." I'd better be careful!
KAZE MEANS WIND*