Sun Hotel Hachioji
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... Perhaps the most fascinating part of the day was the Tokyo Giants baseball game. A sport I'm more than familiar with became extremely unfamiliar. The setting, the fans, the food, the drinks. It all was different. The bats were swung the same way, the bases were inefficiently stolen the same way, but it all felt wildly out of the ordinary. While wearing my Giants #24 Takahashi jersey, I did my best to ...
... which means 'set meal'. This is a traditional meal as it comes with a main meal usually chicken, fish or meat, a small vegetable dish, pickles, rice and Miso soup. It was good, it is just so different to back home. They don't trim the fat off the meat and they usually boil the meat. You can drink tap water here but it tastes like chlorine. So we decided to stop by a 7/11 on the way home and pick up some bottled water before heading to ...
... s what it was like, there were so many little shops with food on sticks and andsushi, and places with spices, knives, pottery, pastes, chopsticks, pretty much anything you could ever imagine finding in Japan. We spent alarge amount of our time there tasting the food-many sea food- and checking out the other shops. I found a teapot which I purchased, it is so cute and tiny. Actually now that I think about it, I bought a lot at the market, mainly food like spices I haven't found ...
... angry or annoyed with the crowd, traffic, queues... Here is a very considerate society. The shops have touts outside, usually girls, who call out in a lyrical manner, coaxing members of the stream of sightseers who pass by, trying to lure them into their shop. Psirens for socks, trinkets, hats and ...
... we visited the next couple of days. To my great delight (and surprise) they had my favorite Macaroon Bakery, Pierre Herme, at the hotel and I thought they only had in Paris! I also soon found out that they made nearly all the desserts as well as the pastries at breakfast!
The next few days we did a lot of sightseeing (to mine and Karina's delight, and to Sarah's and Fabian's horror...) to different shrines, temples, castles etc. Among them was the red tunnel, a ...
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