Super Hotel Yokohama Kannai
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... In addition, the whole port and surrounding area was much nicer than the Hilo port. It was very aesthetically pleasing during the day and it was pretty at night when it was all lit up. We could see the Ferris wheel from the ship which also happens to be the world’s largest clock.
On day one in Yokohama, I walked around with two of my friends. We decided that we wanted to just explore and go shopping in the Yokohama area. One of my friends wanted to find a ...
... its like two cars hitting head on. The extravagant uniforms they wore were just stunning. While I was there I spoke with one of the coaches, the diets these guys eat, could feed a family for a day incredible. A school group could learn a lot about old Japan and its culture from the sumos. If any of the students are interested in drawing or are ...
In addition to my reflection on religion in Japan, I also wanted to quickly share some fun cultural observations.
1. Umbrella security. Ever had your favorite umbrella stolen from a restaurant or building's communal umbrella stand? The Japanese have a solution for that! Umbrella lockers. Check it out!
2. Toilet ...
... and going what seems pretty nuts for a Japanese crowd. There was an old man in front of me who was chugging beer like it was going out of fashion and shouting at pretty much every wrestler, then there were the hordes of schoolgirls up in the nosebleed section chanting all manner of stuff - it was a very raucous evening :)
All in all it was very interesting to watch a full day's sumo even without understanding a single thing said by any announcer for the entire day ...
... based country felt so authentic. It was beautiful just to see the hundreds of stores and vendors offering foods, clothing and all sorts of little gifts and knick knacks. I think we spent a good hour and a half just walking these little streets and alleys.
I got a chance to try roasted and steamed hazelnuts, which by the way may be the worst thing I've ever put in my mouth. Almost purchased a cap that had the word C*** in big letters across the top. Visited ...