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... has been reclaimed as a word and celebrated and commercialized and carved out in a huge swath of cityscape as a nerd empire.
- The unexpected natural beauty that flourishes within easy reach, in such stark contrast to the cities, in such forceful, quiet peace. Forests and autumn maple leaves and glass lakes.
- The embrace of thriving cultural artifacts that seem like an anachronism as centuries-old ...
... looked at the shops. It was pretty hot out but we figured we would just take a train back to the Hilton instead of walking. We went to the Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden to see how that was.
It was nice and the flowers were blooming near the French Garden which was nice. The Taiwan Temple was cool looking and the lawns were nicely manicured. They really take pride in their ...
... bullet train was more like catching a flight rather than a train ride and we were really conscious that the train doors only stay open for a few seconds before closing again, so we really needed to make sure we knew where we were going! However once we were on – in the nick of time before the doors shut – we found our seats and discovered that you get bags more leg room on the bullet train than we’ve ever had on a plane. The seats were more comfortable than on ...
... navigational muscles if I’m going to hone my identity as an independent world traveller rather than a princess-wife whose prince is taking her on a round-the-world trip.
There is a lot more I’d like to share about our Japan adventure but since this post is long enough I will save the rest for the next installment of Chris & Teri’s Year of World Exploration – "Japan – Part 2 (Kyoto & Osaka)"! Stay tuned!
... bus to drive around the city. We stopped at the imperial palace gates. This is where the Japanese emperor and the imperial family live. It is not open to the public. We continued our tour driving through the Ginza district, which is well known for its high end retail shops. The bus then stopped in the Asakusa district. There is a famous Senso-ji Temple there with a large shopping arcade leading up to it. We decided to ditch Shima San to explore ...