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... Airlines, and I've got to say it was a great flight for lasting nearly 11 hours. There were plenty of things to entertain myself with, such as TV shows about cars, and movies with cars. Who would have guessed that I would watch something like that...?
... show the life and social concerns of both the Emperor and Empress through the late 19th and early 20th centuries. The Emperor died in 1912 and Empress two years later. The shrine was constructed in 1920 and destroyed during World War II. The present structure was reconstructed in 1958.
Like all temples in Japan, the Meiji consists of a main alter and additional alters in smaller, surrounding structures.
... Yakitori (150 yen per one portion). It appeared to grilled chicken parts which was delicious, tender, melt in your mouth. Absolutely fabulous. Rainer even tried chicken heart. As Japanese portions are small as for European standards we took additionally grilled fish and some chicken on hot platter (cook yourself style). Fish was simple, no fireworks, but quality mixed wit soya sauce and drop of lemon it has created poetry. Fact, eating it with Hashi (chop ...
... and shops down each side, bit of kaos people and umbrellas everywhere Went into store- it was about lucky dips, $3 for black, blue, red or green box, $10 for Gold Box. we bought a black box and got a figurine on a stand that lights up. Still Raining Headed back to Meji Jumumae Station - Caught the C03 back to Omotosando to G04 Aoyama - Itchome then onto the edo line Stop E24 to E19 back to Shidome..arrived back at hotel just before 6pm Back to ...
... them on the way to the bathroom, (for passing them at all), and even for the water that's left over after washing my hands. The list is endless.
I have to say that all this groveling wasn't doing much for my self esteem. And it was good to be able to give up the formality for an evening and get shamelessly drunk with everyone instead.
It was also a good opportunity to be able to practice my Japanese past "sumimasen", (a word that so far has been about the ...