Shin Matsudo Hotel
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... the fish we ate was Red Sea Bream, or "tai" in Japanese. I wrote a short paper on in for my Japanese Civilization and Culture class this past semester, and I never thought I'd see one on my trip, let alone eat it! Tai plays a large part in Japanese culture, from the color of the fish (inside and out) to its relation to sumo wrestling, so eating it was a huge surprise. During
our free time today me and a group of students and friends made ...
... there was thick cloud everywhere and our hearts sank, however by the time we got to Kawaguchi station (our destination) the sun was shining, the sky was blue and we had a clear view of Mount Fuji. With clear objectives in mind (get some good photographs, get some Fuji biscuits and have a nice time) we set off walking around Kawaguchi Lake before realising it would be easier to cycle. So we purchased our Fuji biscuits, hired bikes and had a thoroughly enjoyable 20km ...
... was moving away it was like switching places with people as I took their spot they took mine and before I knew it I was out! Descending the steps I was now of the other side of the temple to where I first entered. I explored some more of the food stalls and ate some lunch of Okonomiyaki and Noodles. After that I decided to have my fortune told as it tradition. I walked up to the booth and dropped in my coin.
I picked up the hexagonal box and gave it a ...
... journeys to Japan mainly taking me to Osaka, Fukuoka etc.
There’s not a lot I can say about Tokyo that hasn’t already been said before. A sprawling mega metropolis of 35 million people that can lay claim to being the most bewildering, frenetic, overpopulated and endlessly fascinating city in the world. Getting around it simple, once you make sense of the intimidating-looking subway. Though for a public transport system ...
... that feature young girls dressed as maids that serve your food and will put little costumes on you as you eat, write your name in ketchup on your plate, and generally make your visit fun, all for additional fees. Each café has a maid or two out on the sidewalk trying to encourage customers to come into the café. They tell you not to take their photos (they want you to come into the cafes and pay to take their photos), but we took a few anyway. We were ...
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