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... conforming in order to express their individuality.
However, that perspective has changed since coming to Japan and simply put, Harajuku is awesome - there are no ifs, ands, or buts about it! There's a youthful exuberance in the air as you stroll down Takeshita-dori, an infectious energy that cannot be described, only experienced. Who knows why young Japanese feel the need to get all dolled up like this, but it doesn't matter in the end - it makes for ...
... River and....no Mt Fuji. Not so crear! They have an interactive touch screen on each N, S, E & W point so we were able to find where it would be if it was clear. So now we're hoping to see Mt Fuji on our Shinkansen trip to Kyoto. Cross your fingers and toes for us please. We had dinner in another tiny restaurant in Asukasa, Jus got to tick off ramen and gyoza from his food check list. And being back in Asukasa meant more of ...fish pancakes :-) Jus has been asking ...
... called ‘sabi’, over which they had straw sandals called ‘zori’, which Annabelle immediately took a liking to and wanted to buy a pair. In contrast to this the lower ranks of referees were barefooted.
The Gyoji entered the Dohyo with the combatants and called out the names of each in a specially trained, high-pitched voice which reminded us a lot of the Khatakhali singing in India.
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... at the summit two hours early. Picked a good spot for watching the sunrise and used heat packs (lifesavers!!) to combat the cold. Sunrise was beautiful. Oddly, the widely acknowledge summit is not the real tallest part of the mountain. It was a further 30 mins from the pseudo summit to the real peak. We waited in line for 30mins to get our photo at the top. Saw 'fujikage' the shadow of Mt Fuji which was stunning. Still suffering from ...
There's an abundance of valuable information in this interview. l commend the efforts of those indivduals taking the initiative to lead and consolidate their efforts with others. It'll take vision and courage to rebuild Japan.
This fellow helps set the tone for that work.
http://www.japantoday.com/category/exec utive-impact/view/rainbow-of-hope-for-j ...