Richmond Hotel Yokohama Bashamichi
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... about bank embezzlement.
Had to do four stair carries with my heavy luggage (filled with snacks from Costco)--you can't expect local train stations here to have escalators or elevators to get to and from the platforms. Typical pattern here is one escalator, invariably going in the opposite of my intended direction.
I must be learning some Japanese. At breakfast at the hotel, I understood when the shuttle ...
... br> -The word "Yuhi" means sunset in Japanese, due to the beauty in the sun setting.
-Waterfall comes from the Kari river.
-Clothing was known as the kimono which contained an inner and outer layer.
-Heavier kimonos were used for the winter.
-Lighter kimonos were made of silk and were used for summer.
-Under the kimono was a loincloth, or diaper.
... the man from the carriage and kindly asking him why he was so rude, so I begrudgingly let the doors shut and watch him speed away in our train carriage.
As we were stuffed onto the next train a few minutes later, no less crowded, we formed a cocoon around the girls, and Isabelle in particular, with my back to the door as more people attempted to force themselves into the carriage unsuccessfully. Around 30 minutes of hell, and 2 more train and ...
Went on a day trip with our friend Azusa to Yokohama – an
interesting port town just a short train ride from Tokyo. The trip around the
bay was great as was the interesting, futuristic waterfront area. They also
have a great Chinatown area which sells all sorts of interesting things and has
some of the best Chinese food we have ever eaten – ...
Japan was everything I expected and more. Even after three weeks, I was not sated and I am already longing to go back. This is why I have 15 reasons for this entry. 1. It is so clean. I don't know if it is because we had just left China but I was amazed by how clean Japan was. Despite the millions of inhabitants, the streets, hostels, metro - everything was clean. Even the metro loos were clean and we all know how rare that is. One of the established Kyoto ...