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... cold on that top-deck. Dinner was Japanese-style (seating) at a restaurant in the Marunouchi Building not far from the hotel. It had several little cafés in a courtyard with Western and Asian fare. We decided to stick to Japanese food and found a restaurant which touted "Kyoto-style home cooking". At the next table was a young Japanese family with a baby, probably about 10 months old. What a well behaved baby - he either was sleeping or ...
... now. "Is this a McEmergency?" I ask. "Not even close" she says. We had a great second day in Tokyo which included visits to the Imperial Palace (where the royalty still live), Meiji Shrine (the most important shrine in Tokyo), the almost 800' high Ropponghi Observatory (where you could see both of the aforementioned sights from, as well as most of Tokyo), Shibuya Crossing (one of the busiest intersections in the world, with pedestrians crossing at all angles; it resembled ...
... to to a train because we had to be at this place called KidZania at 3:30. As usual, we were half an hour late! But it was ok. This place was like a little city in a building. It was where you went to little buildings and did real jobs like in the real world. It's hard to describe but it was amazing! We had 5 hours and you could make food and then eat it! So I made a hamburger and ...
... 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
So today I was pretty excited to be going to the Studio Ghibli Museum! If you don't know about them then just briefly, they are a famous Japanese film animation house who have made films such as Spirited Away and Howl's Moving Castle. I love their films and Jennie hadn't seen much of theirs so I wanted to show her the amazing world. We took the train to Mitaka which was a pretty easy journey. From there we walked for about 10 minutes admiring the ...