Rex Inn Funabashi
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... treats, parasols, handbags and all sorts of things! After walking through loads of busy streets, we came to another gate which lead to a temple. Inside the temple we found a room made of gold. We threw some Japanese money down a special place and made a wish. Next we rushed to the jetty and had to wait in a long queue to get on the boat which went to a garden quite near our apartment. When we were on the boat we ...
... a walk through the small buildings, it just looked like a cut out of a play. The street was very narrow, but cars and taxis managed to get by all the pedestrians and on coming traffic. We noticed a crowd had begun to gather and out of a house, a Geisha appeared. She was absolutely beautiful and so posed. Luckily I had my GoPro in hand and took a video of her as she passed. I posted it so check it out :) Continuing down the road we came across a threat house. A building called Gion ...
... in a residential neighbourhood, and had two museum buildings on site. We walked the grounds and visited the gravestones, then headed to the museum. Inside there was a fantastic series of movies explaining the real story of the ronin (Hollywood has taken a few massive liberties with the story.) and we were able to see some of the actual artifacts from these warriors. We had plans for an early dinner with one of Jackie's hockey friends so ...
... your kayak and heat it too." I laughed so hard. I ended up chugging my whiskey and wine and my beer and whiskey, Rishabh got it on camera. We left around 2 am and walked home. At family mart we stopped outside and ate a jelly desert and a coffee desert thing. We went back to Jas guys hostel and got a jelly alcohol drink from the vending machine. We went to Denny's after and I had pasta with shrimp for breakfast. We finally went to sleep ...
... br> The ceremony lasted about 30 minutes and then we were off to Ueno Park, a wonderful amalgam of historical temples and a plethora of museums. The area reminded me of Exhibition Park in Toronto and we spent the rest of the day at the Tokyo National Museum.
The complex consists of three buildings. In one, there was a special exhibit on material on loan from the Cleveland, Ohio Art Museum and their holdings regarding Japanese decorative arts. ...
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