Keikyu EX Inn Shinbaba
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... From Kyoto we hopped back on to the bullet train headed for Hiroshima. One of our favourite days in Japan, much to Liam's surprise, as we explored the peace memorial park and museum. (Another museum he enjoyed!!!) a very touching day learning about the tragic events of war and the bid for peace since then. Back on the train to Osaka where we found our accommodation in a rather dodgy area and the hotel wasn't much better. This left us feeling rather ...
... carts driven by tired Japanese men to being haggled into trying dried baby shrimp from store-side salesmen, the fish market was anything but familiar. I found myself fascinated by my entering into their daily lives. Something so usual for them was so unusual for myself. I was a tourist of the ordinary, and their ordinary was anything but for me.
Later, I landed myself some 350 floors off ...
... of adjectives, so I may use a 1-10 rating!) Today is a full day tour called Dynamic Tokyo. Happoen Garden: we walked this beautiful garden, one of many in the the city. Today is the last official day of cherry blossom viewing, which lasts for only one week after the "model tree" at the parliament buildings starts to bloom. Petals start to fall immediately as the blooms open, coating everything almost like snow, and the ground looks very pretty. The blooms only last for ...
... based organic restaurant, I've wanted to try it for the longest time ever. So when I heard there was one in Japan, I knew I had to try it out. However, as we didn't know the exact location we wandered all the way to Harajuku and had to ask multiple times, before finding the well tucked away Urth. I had a lovely chicken ...
... looking french pastries, then walk into an enormous bookstore less than 100 ft away.
Although it can get a bit crowded, the atmosphere is so much more festive and lively as you see people hawk their shop wares and entice customers with free food samples or product displays.
Sadly, I've made a pact to not do any shopping until my last week here in Japan - logistically it makes sense but I can already tell it might be difficult to uphold (as a result, I ...