Okazaki New Grand Hotel
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... were mixed, and some buildings had Western exteriors but some rooms in traditional Japanese design. Meijo-era buildings from all over the country were moved here. There is also a small meeting hall used by Japanese immigrants in Hawaii that has been relocated here, with support from Hawaiian Host chocolates. The most impressive building here is the lobby and facade of the Imperial Hotel, designed by ...
... and eating on the train platforms are not to be encouraged. If the alcohol was seen close to the train lines, we could be booted off. Discretion was the key. Best to appear like a bunch of train enthusiasts, of which there were a lot of on this trip. We stayed for an hour at Odawarra Station before saying goodbye to Mr and Mrs Ishige.
The fast trains past the station at regular intervals and we had set ourselves up to try to ...
... around 30 mns from our apartment, so, more walking.
I still haven't slept since the night before I boarded the plane to Frankfurt.
After we arrived and our friend currently living in Okazaki told us some essential stuff he had to go work ASAP. I spent an hour or so unpacking and doing some random stuff until I pretty much fainted from exhaustion on top of my futon.
The next day I still didn't take any photos. Waking ...
The past ten days have been filled with work, work, and more work. A two show day felt like a break, there was about 10 hours after we got home from work before we had to get back on the bus to go back and do it again and again. But the crowds here have made it all doable. We have been greeted with open hearts and applause. ...
After a so-so breakfast, we started our day in the city.
We first visited the local art museum, which was tiny and sort of lame. They even made me delete a photo I took of one of the pictures there.
We then continued to the giant science museum, which ...