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... on the statues of the deity Jizō because they're praying to the deity to look after their dead children. Ben - don't climb up on bushes.
Things that amazed me: Hannah - the Tōshō-gū Shine because i thought it looked really cool. Ben - the big fish trying to eat the duck and the pigeon. I liked the turtle too..
The funniest bit: Hannah - the duck using the fish as steps . Ben - Dad trying to cook ...
... is the largest car showroom (Toyota) you've ever seen, along with moving driving simulators, go cart track, mini car driving track, and a car museum. Quite astoundingly nothing costs any money except the carts and mini cars which are about $3/ ride - and we couldn't do them on account of being unable to understand the safety instructions.
We caught the train back to the Ginza precinct to look for a place for dinner. Ginza is ...
... meat was funny. The man behind the counter had no idea what I was trying to say so he motioned someone else up and that was no better. I finally held 2 fingers up and she says 200 something. I just gave up and shook my head yes having no idea how much meat I just agreed to. Luckily it was only 6 small chicken pieces.
After having a small lunch I decided it was time to venture further out. ...
... is better. After dinner we walked to the pier. The boardwalk was really big and had a cool design which made me think of a boardwalk in a Nintendo game. Then we just walked around the town for a bit before catching the train home. Saturday was our last day we went to lunch and dinner with Hide’s family. Reina and Ren are so sweet and cute. We really enjoyed getting to spend some more time with them. Ren absolutely adored Brock; it was so cute. In between I worked ...
This morning the sky was dark and it rained so hard because of a typhoon that was crossing Japan. We still went out, despite the weather and caught the bus to a nearby temple. We walked around the gardens and saw some beautiful temples, some painted brights bright orange, which was the imperial colour of Japan. We walked around and got soaked so we decided to leave and go to the imperial palace.the imperial palace is almost never open to the public and for two weeks now, it is open ...