Tatebayashi Plaza Hotel
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Ok, average business hotel then.
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We took the subway over to the Dojo and I got to watch a training session in progress. Now if anyone messes with me I can just yell, "Watch out before I unleash what I learned from the marital arts masters of Japan!" That should work.
My first shrine exploration included an awesome little Japanese garden and some prayer. The ritual is great - ...
... background ...
(sorry I sound a bit too much Spaceballs, no ? The Spacballs cereals, Spaceballs t-shirt...).
Of course, you can find gashapon boxes a bit everywhere in Japan.
Kimono shop, another with so cute decoration around matsuri theme, the famous big candy shop I already discovered in Osaka.
And I finally saw the sign saying that the purikura area is forbidden for men, at least when they are alone. Yes, Japan is careful with perverts and ...
... sweets... and grasshoper.
I finally saw how looks the konyaku root, used to make the famous konyaku batake.
So, after the shop, the night arrived, and illuminations started. We had to follow the way with many yellow lights, we arrived at a kind of light village, with some Xmas decorations.
After to have walked and took pictures all around, we leave that place, and drive to Sakurayama, hoping to get a bit ...
... city, without any tourist around.
The sun dissappears quite quickly during this season, and temperature decrease really fast. It's better to start returning to the station, walking through another way to see a bit more of Honjō.
Good idea, as on the way, I did some extra pictures, old houses-street decorations-etc ... and found a manju shop. Although I know nobody will speak English, I decided to enter because I saw written ...
... br> Je suis dans la gare, dans la salle d'attente, essayant de me réchauffer, mais la porte s'ouvre constamment.
Arrivée à Omiya, je check les n° des quais, ce n'est pas trop difficile en fait quand on a capté comment celà fonctionne. 5 min de train seulement pour aller à Miyahara.
Enfin arrivée à Miyahara, j'ai rejoins la soeur et on a pris sa voiture pour aller directement à Kawagoe.
Nous sommes d'abord allées à un sanctuaire, où il y avait également ...