Richmond Hotel Narita
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We sailed through the Japanese sea in overcast cool, weather. Spent breakfast planning our activities for today. First stop, morning trivia! Then off to the gym followed by line dancing. We had a quiet afternoon sitting in the bar and enjoying the ...
... things we had previously read, but Jane was still able to find a nice cheap skirt for 500 yen ($6).
We found a cafe that sold Okonomiyaki. We sat in but it was too hot and I was starting to worse so we got it to go.
We went to a chemist to get some Ibuprofen equivalent and she ended up giving us some anti inflammatory tablets to treat arthritis. Luckily we looked them up on the internet before taking them. They went straight in the bin.
... round when the show started, though. I didn't really follow the plot, but it was definitely a modern story with pictures of flying robot-looking superheros battling giant monsters. I appreciated a chance to see it and satisfy my curiosity, but I wasn't sure it was poised to make a widespread comeback. Also, none of the kids bought anything. I ended up buying a toy so the guy got something out of it.
Leaving the festival, I made one quick stop on my way ...
... family temple of the Tokugawa family, which I visited last year. The paintings depicted colorful scenes related to Buddhist beliefs. Only the titles were in English, but my Japanese reading had improved enough that I could make out the gist of the captions (although it did take me twice as long to make it through the exhibit as the viewing estimate posted at the entrance).
There were stylized scenes of temple life, but I found the depictions of the Six ...
... the curiousness people display towards me in Tokyo will be tenfold once I leave - in country Japan a friend of his was walking down the road when a couple of cars stopped, just to take a photo and drive on as to them he was like a tourist attraction as it was rare they ever saw any gaijan around.
By the time I got back to Nakano though my feet were killing me, Tokyo is a place which seems to involve an insane amount of walking :(.
It had just passed 8 and ...