Mitsui Garden Hotel Kashiwa
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... a bit red in the face and very, very happy. As with so many things, you sort of get the idea of it but not the finer details (ok, finer details when it comes to drinking beer are quite unnecessary, but what about the Miss Kimono competition further down at the park?). All up, a very pleasant end to a busy day sightseeing.
So, back to the hotel and BBQed chicken liver/heart/kidney/neck/breast and cartilage (yummy, crunchy) with plenty of Sake and beer for dinner. Onya ...
... and landed on my fingers. It was so light and gentle and I was over the moon delighted! I must have stood there for 30 minutes just engulfed in the moment of the kindness of these Japanese men, the tranquility of the surroundings, and the joy I was experiencing watching these birds and having them land on my hands looking for peanuts.
3) Takeshita Dori
- a narrow, roughly 400 meter long street
lined by ...
... trip, but it was very very good
5-the main course was a large pot on a burner that contained a variety of items. It boiled for a while on the table and then the waitresses stirred it up and we were ready to eat. When I say variety, please know I mean it. In my bowl I had pork, fish, egg, potato (maybe?) and a full scallop. Not talking just the pretty white scallop that we are used to, I mean with ALL of the ...
... people standing in line at the chocolate restaurant.
I had to take a break from all this madness and a short walk took me to Meji park where the shrine of emperor Meiji and his empress was, they played a big role in introducing western culture and technology in Japan at the beginnning of the 20th century. And although it wasn't as quiet as i hoped it was still a nice break from the Harajuku madness. I could not see much of the shrine itself since you could only ...
... boy probably no older than four who'd sliced his ear in half and they were operating right in front of everyone. He was screaming the place down non-stop for a good half an hour at least, it was heartbreaking. When the operation was done though, they just popped a net on his head and he left right as rain, apart from a sore voice box no doubt. Anyway, there was talk of operations and antibiotics and we were starting to get a little ...