Ours Inn Hankyu
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... stations are available at all stations to pay any missing value if you guess the denomination incorrectly. If you get your fare wrong when you pass through a gate, it simply does not let you through and shows a message indicating that you need to adjust your fare. No fine, no trouble (providing you have some spare change). And of course, citizens do have a smart rider equivalent too (it is Japan after all!).
Since our train was gone, ...
... the traditional tea houses was serving Japanese tea, and even though the tea was quite gross (thick and bright green, not sure what to compare it to), the intricate snack that was served with it and the beautiful setting of the tea house made it an enjoyable and peaceful visit.
From Hamarikyu I wandered along the train lines for a while until I ended up in another Tokyo business district. Here I visited the International Forum building (interesting architecture ...
... was in awe. We walked in and all I could smell was incents and patroulli and immediately all I could think about was my mom and how much we would love it here and love Japan! I wish I could just bottle up the scent and bring it home to her! The only other option is for her to come to Japan again someday with me!! It will happen! J We all did the traditional Buddhists praying where you put in a coin, ...
... preferred the natural lighting, or the occasional yellow and blue contrasts.
Between the exit and the obligatory gift shop, there's a little refreshment stand serving drinks and snacks. The themed cocktails looked tasty, if pricey, but my friend and I both zoomed right in on the foam art cappuccinos. For Y600, you can choose one of nine different fish designs to be drawn in cocoa powder on the foam of ...
... she got to wear a KIMONO. COOLEST THING EVER! As a costume maker you can imagine she was pretty excited to get to wear one of the oldest, most traditional costumes in the world, and a very beautiful one at that. She tried to remember all of the different layers as they were dressing her but she had no chance. There were about 4 different layers of petticoat, underskirt, under gown, and the top Kimono as well as about 10 different wraps of muslin and various ...