Super Hotel Kadoma
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... climb and once at the top found the park to be abandoned lol and the view of the city obscured by that haze I mentioned earlier. Heading back we decided to hoof it instead of taking a bus. The late afternoon was spent catching up on emails, the blog and games on our iPads. We purchased our dinner from the basement food emporium at the department store - weird but the fish is so fresh! We had tuna rolls and tuna sushi (a bargain near end of day) and some pork dumplings ...
... and were studying in Japan. She told me about the passes available for the local buses and subways. She directed me to the proper JR entrance when we got off of the bus. On the train, I said O-hayo (good morning) to a cute girl standing next to me. She looked up from her phone (not at me), nodded once, and then proceeded to move as far away from me as possible on the half loaded car. Ouch! Silly Gaijin. I knew that I wanted to go to Nijo Castle and the Arashiyama ...
... business and they were making takoyaki which were little balls of pancake mix with squid served with a barbecue sauce. Very yummy. They also make the Okonomiyaki pancakes which we tried the other night plus the yummiest thing was the sweets pancakes, I had one with custard which was very Oishii and Scott had a red bean one. Third was a local butcher store. The lady here spoke quite good English so we had a nice chat. She does croquettes and we tried a pumpkin one and a ...
... larger-than-life personas, and grand theatrics seemed too fanciful to actually exist in any sort of three-dimensional reality.
The whole affair is so intensely Japanese (or at least, feudal-era Japanese). Even the subject matter - where a remaining scion of a defeated warrior clan seeks vengeance and to see his family name restored - feels distinctly different from any of the plays I've been to.
It was jarringly foreign, beautiful, and unlike anything I've ever seen before.
... wrapped in three layers of plastic wrap (yep... more wrapping). These multi wrapped roasts were then put in a zip lock bag and immersed in boiling water where they continued to cook. The result was a delicious tender rare slice of mouthwatering roast beef!
The kids started giggling in the cabin after dinner....doors banged and the laughter began. Apparently it is also a tradition for the kids to have pillow fights before bedtime. They got all ...