Ryugujo Hotel Mikazuki
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... mainly.. colourful windmills...they believe the journey will be less painful their babies.
Plenty of trinkets are at gift shop - I'm usually not a fan of these but the ones sold here (inside and next to the Buddha statue worship area) are nice souvenirs.
You also get a brilliant picture of the nearby Tokyo Tower from different angles in the gardens. It's rather difficult not to get it in any photos actually.
It's a short walk to Tokyo ...
... my mother-in-law runs a chain of Sushi restaurants in Mexico City and we were given some inside information on where we might have some extraordinary experiences. After circulating through the market 2 or 3 times, we made our way over to the underbelly of Tsukiji and found a line wrapping around the block. This was the line to Sushi Day (pronounced - "Sushi Die"). We made our way to the front of the line and discovered the restaurant is tiny - perhaps a total of 6 seats ...
... with plenty of quality red wine. It was great to enjoy some of our favourite everyday foods, done to perfection in a fine dining restaurant, with amazing views and of course great company. I could bang on about how good it was all day, you just take my word for it, sublime!
Craig and Taka had arranged a surprise again, this time raspberry sorbet with white chocolate and our names written on it (Dabid and Jone) saying congratulations on your wedding. This ...
... as much as I would normally, even considering the copious quantity of
alcohol I imbibed.
The local I met yesterday fancied meeting up again, so we did. We went
for a bite to eat at a place where I once again forgot to ensure a foodporn
picture, and then headed off to the Tokyo National Museum. Very impressive
stuff, but the two of us were having such a blast and continuing our spree of
mucking about and having fun that I didn’t get to ...
... food can also be really weird. More often than not, I have no idea what the food being displayed actually is. Is it a vegetable, fish, or meat? I really can't tell! They have all sorts of pickled vegetables, fish, and jellies (sometimes even fish jellies) that don't exist in other countries and don't have English translations. Sometimes I will try the unidentifiable food and still not know what the hell I ate!
So far, Japan is really ...