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... up to make it look like the ninja was running through the forest. Super cool!
- I happened to stubble across Shinsekai street which is famous for the largest pufferfish lantern in all of japan, it's bright lights, and ____ Katsu meals. Really really vibrant street with fun statues. It looked like an animation street
- I met up with Justin at the hotel after 6 days of being apart. We set off right away to see _____ an old shrine that survived ww2 and there is ...
... praying mantis crawl up the screen, listen to a variety of bird calls, or keep an eye on the large spider in the corner! On a short walk a doe and fawn ran across the road in front of us.
Five Japanese women and Mary Clift are cooking for all 26 of us in a tiny, home-size kitchen and the meals are plentiful and amazing! Jim and I have even mastered the use of chopsticks and I can pick up one kernel of corn at a time and actually get it into my mouth!
We are sleeping ...
... in the sense of safety. Once on the train, if it's an off time, they are very comfortable. If it's rush hour...prepare to be shoved around a bit. One local told us that during rush hour, there is actually someone standing by the door to smash people into the train so the doors can close! The subways are air conditioned with upholstered seats. They have hanging handles for those that don't get a seat. There are bathrooms on ...
... visit, I would definitely recommend the Taisha.
This temple is a real gem which I recommend you to visit.Take the tram to Sumiyoshitoriimae Station.
The experience will be really quaint for those who rarely have the opportunity to take trams. The temple itself is a large complex with many individual shrines.
Other than that it's really quiet. ...
... they are most definitely a good thing - our belief that Japanese cuisine was limited to no more than ramen, sushi, and teriyaki, was completely shattered. Expecting so little of Japanese cuisine, made for the most pleasant of surprises as we tried to take it all in.
The variety of food on offer in Dotonbori is mind blowing, particularly the street vendors that sold everything from takoyaki (a local specialty - basically an octopus donut hole drizzled ...