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... I was lucky enough to have the experience of visiting the gardens east of the palace itself, as the palace was more out of bounds.
Not only do these gardens provide beauty, but they also provide peace and quiet from the noisy city of Tokyo. Inside the walls of the gardens lie some of the ruins of the old Edo Castle.
... train tickets. Nice.
Figuring out the Japanese trains in Tokyo was easier than expected and I arrive at the Edo Museum with no problems.
The Edo Museum building is unusual to say the least. The building almost starts at the 5. floor.
The museum itself is good although I expected it to be bigger. It was interesting that then public was allowed to touch and even use some of the reconstructed objects.
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... also delighted to see Kevin...their new son-in-law...and to see that he was keeping their daughter in the style to which she wants to become accustomed!! ;) We visited the Senjo temple in Asakusa, the fish market, Roppongi Hills and the Kabuki theatre. We spent lots of time eating and drinking and merry making which was a wonderful way for them to end their ...
... attraction was The Ring maze. Like the film, Ringu. E skipped out. So it was me and Natalie and a young Japanese couple led round by the enthusiastic guide in pitch black and all we had to see with was a digital camera we got given. Nothing can describe how ******* scary this was. Samara (google her if you dont know) chasing us, appearing there just standing in her (although I'm pretty sure it was a man) white gown with scraggly black hair ...
... used our Japan Rail passes to pass through the entrance to get on the platform. Our train was waiting for us, but as we walked to our car another train swooshed by us on the wind. All of us were left with our mouths hanging open saying "cool"! We took our seats and enjoyed the fast ride back to the city.
By this time we were hungry for some familiar food. We found our way ...