Sotetsu Fresa Inn Fujisawa Shonandai
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... a long-sleeve sport T-shirt, a merino (tada!!! clin d’oeil a Alexis et Aline) and a light rain jacket (that would prove enough - even the next morning around 3C on the top of the mountain, before sunrise and still 40-50km/h winds).
So I take my pics and vids (including the shadow created by fuji on the clouds at sunset) and then go to sit down and chat with the owners of the chalet and there two young helpers for the summer, around ...
... pose for him, as he did on our first visit to Harajuku. We went out after to grab an early dinner at the supermarket; Joseph bought a pork tonkatsu sandwich, tub of pineapple and ruined the vaguely healthy meal with a creme caramel dessert. I had eaten a little earlier but had bought a Vietnamese lettuce and prawn roll for later.
We have an early start tomorrow morning...6.30am for breakfast. Meeting the rest of the tour members at 7.40am.
... torii) were made from trees that were 1,500 years old. Ben - don't throw sticks...
Things that amazed me: Hannah - the wedding at the shrine. Also the toilets in Studio Ghibli, that would spray your butts and play music while you're on the toilet! Ben - the shrine - I thought it was red but it was actually grey-ish/brown.
The funniest bit: Hannah- when I saw the old geisha lady in the train with her headphones on. Ben - Hannah getting sprayed by the water ...
... ponds is found at the base of the slope just after entering. The temple's main buildings are built further up the slope, reached via (steep) stairs. We stopped at a delightful tea house for lunch that offered beautiful views to the sea and surprisingly was relatively uncrowded.
After the visit to Hasedera we made the short walk through the crowded streets to Hase's most famous sight -- the Great Buddha. The outdoor and totally exposed ...
... 2 little dogs that we very excited and entertained the kids. The table was laid out beautifully, with handmade origami chopstick holders that were ours to keep and later our names were written on them. I helped Koji make octopus balls in a specially designed hot plate with gas cylinder. It was quite an art to filing then and then using a long toothpick separating the mixture and forming the balls by partially rotating the mixture until perfect balls were ...