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... Hills, which can kind of be thought of as the Beverly Hills region. The one building towering over the others in the area (Mori Tower) is where his office was. We met each day in a conference room on the 22nd floor with one of the original founding members of TMI Associates, one of the largest law firms in Japan. That founder, Inaba, taught our class.
To make things about class more brief, that class was great. The other classes have been fine. Some boring, ...
... yous! After leaving pretty much every establishment from corner shops to hotels, I was smiling and feeling happy from the amazing welcome I had experienced there.
Secondly I cannot get over how clean and hygienic it is, the sight of people wearing surgical masks and robotic washlet toilets seemed odd to me at first but I soon wondered why I found them odd in the first place, we should adopt these too. Everywhere you go, things just seem to work, everything has a function and ...
... own and to meet up with him later in time for our boat tour.
We saw the entrance to the temple and stopped right there. We had seen enough temples on this trip. We decided to just walk around the outdoor shops and see what the vendors offered. They had surprisingly good stuff. Not like the cheap stuff we saw at the outdoor markets in China. There was everything from fancy chopsticks to kimonos and postcards. We got Grant an icee and ...
... a city as big as Tokyo, with as many people that it has, we got him twice. The first time he approached us on 19th, he said I speak some English, can I help you. We politely declined as we were fine and he walked away. He came back a few seconds later and then asked (begged) for some money for trying to help us. Again, we politely declined. If he had looked like he was short of a dollar I wouldn't have ...
... have hot, hotter, extra hot or delicate. We select the delicate option hoping our clothes don't shrink because although we're walking a lot, we ourselves aren't shrinking.
By the time we got back, it was about 4pm and not much point going out to the Palace Gardens, it wouldn't be long before dark, so I had a little nap to recharge my energy level to go to dinner, otherwise, my feet were not taking me anywhere.