Sunroute Shinagawa Seaside
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... and more while I was waiting for the washer to finish. I had to buy a drink to get change for the machines. Sneaky *******s. I had to pee SO badly, but didn't know where to go except for at the hostel. So while my clothes were in the dryer I trotted back the the hostel. I somehow managed to loose the T-Shirt I used to dry off when I forgot my towel for the shower the other night. I pretty sure it's in ...
... brewers and shrines for prosperity. Most brewers donate these sake barrels to shrines for Shinto ceremonies, rituals and festivals. Japanese believe that sake acts as a symbolic unification of Gods and people. The origin of sake in Japan dates back to around 300 BC as the drink of the Gods. Polished rice is washed and cleaned before steamed. Yeast is later added onto the rice and allowed to ferment. The fermentation process is continued with series of incubation, heating ...
... was nice, however the time of year has had been a) a reality that Japan does in fact have winter, it snowed one of our nights! And b) that the trees and plants aren't in bloom, leaving some of the beautiful photo opportunities to the imagination.
When in Tokyo.... One must KAREOKE! It was everything I wanted, ridiculous song choices, drinks, and lots of laughter. We headed to a pub crawl before, gathered up some friends and headed to belt out some songs. The perks were ...
... to a group of Americans from Missouri. Thane, Drew, and Troy Kifer were on a similar journey to us and we sat and chatted with them for a time while the cats lounged in our vicinity.
This type of place is not for me, that much was obvious to me very quickly. I gather it’s aimed at people who aren’t allowed or can’t afford to own cats, and they come along and play with the cats. Reena was absolutely beaming, and could have spent the rest of the week there.
... that`s possible! You can buy one hard-boiled egg if you like. Well it was nice, I thought ^^
Later today we went to Asakusa, where we visited the temple and I got my fortune.
Unfortunately it was saying bad luck, so I had to tie it on a board so the bad luck would go away. (When we had just entered Asakusa my camera was saying it was out of energy and the batteries should be changed, so really bad luck indeed)