Shibuya Granbell Hotel
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... but one patron was clearly looking forward to Mr Ueda serving them. While sipping down their drinks ( causing me to suspect they weren't really chefs) one asked me about having his next round made by the boss. I told him to ask, they wouldn't mind. On my third Gibson, and I'm the bar 'local'. The short minion and I had been talking earlier, like many Japanese I've met he ...
Pizzaman, that's what the bun is called. Well, itadakimaaaasu. It's literally pizza in a bun. Cheese, tomato sauce, and some kind of meat. It's delicious and smells good. The other smells like fried doughnut? It's basically one, with red bean paste in it. It's also very good. I've had the drink ...
... asked for safety while I travel and for love to come to me when the time is right. I promised that I will work on keeping my mind open and be ready to accept the many possibilities. I promised upon my return that I will use my learning and knowledge to help others and make the world that I touch a better place. I wandered the park, sat and meditated, until my back was sore from carrying my pack. I thought I should drop my bag off at least to the ...
... English at all, we gave up and headed home (and took some more purikura pictures on the way, of course!).
Day 3 - Monday:
Sunday began with a breakfast of fruit and ice cream in Asakusa, and wander around the markets, collecting gifts for our families.
At the top end of the markets, at a temple and shrine, we were able to pay our respects and see our fortunes. Unfortunately Luisa didn't get a get very positive fortune; I got the best fortune, but forgot ...
... to fashion, it is all about conformity. While the colour or pattern might differ, the clothes they wear have become something of a uniform: there's the short a-line skirt that shows off their skinny, long legs, a flowy blouse tucked in that does not reveal any skin and sky high heels that make you wonder how they do it. In Japan, from what we saw at least, individuality is the goal and making generalizations is very difficult. Some girls are dressed like little ...