Livable Square Minami-machida
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... saw, later in the day, quite small children walking alone from school. Buddhist temple, which is huge ,next, and we walked a distance to this ,tiny Youshi, barley visible in the crowds, [more people visit the religious sites that anywhere it seems,]so she had a colourful fish on a pole ,for us to see her, Sam reckons she was a head shorter than Mum, and she is tiny…I have a picture of Sam and Youshi…!!! This temple ...
... Elliot's sister recommended (she writes for a beer magazine in the US) and enjoyed a couple drinks while chatting. Since it was still early, we wanted to explore a bit further. Elliot has been in Japan for the past year and a half (on and off with his ship) so was able to impart some local knowledge - including the fact that they sell mixed alcoholic drinks in cans from the convenience stores here. So of course, Fred and I had to try one. The different drinks ...
... size it is larger than one square block and what is sold -almost exclusively- are prepared foods. You can find most anything Japanese that you might want to eat. Aside from a large variety of fresh fruits and cooked vegetables there are a multitude of fish, fried, baked, dried, skewered, all ready to eat. Fresh breads, desserts, you name it and Isetan has it. We purchase a variety of seafood, salads, beer and sake and head back to the hotel for ...
... was unbelievable. We went with 5 but after losing someone in Shinjuku station only Alee and I carried on. Confidence high after a few strong zero's (deadly 9% that tastes like lemonade and costs £1.20) I tried to get into a club but got rejected as drinking age is 20, this didn't stop us and we carried, on bumping into some Japanese people who took us too an arcade to play ...
... wore Kimonos. Exactly what I think of when I think "Traditional Japanese Restaurant". Thankfully he took care of ordering, as there wasn't a word of English on the menu. We then spent some time walking around the city, stopping at a WW2 memorial. Hiro explained that while US/Japan relations are good, there are still lingering issues with Japanese/Chinese relations. We also stopped by a government building with a viewpoint. It turns out visiting viewpoints ...
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