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Today was my final day in japan so I decided to use the free bike rental token I'd been given by my hostel for staying for 3 nights. Although there isn't much of specific interest in Fukuoka I found that it was a great city to cycle around. It has a couple of nice parks, one of which has a huge lake in the middle and a small Japanese garden which were both ...
... sumo tournaments the calibre of Rikishi(athletes) improves as the day goes on and the audience number follows a similar pattern. When I arrived at 9am there were around 20 people in the whole arena. But as the day went on it gradually increased until around 3.30pm when the main fights began. Sumo is like most Japanese ancient arts in its use of strong rituals, such as respect for your opponent, ...
... These floats weigh a ton and are carried by teams of men. The Kushida Shrine was founded in 757. Here the local people continue to pray for prosperity and good health. We saw many locals perform the rituals, which begin with hand washings.
We visited Fukuoka Tower, a city landmark, standing 767 feet tall and covered with 8,000 half-mirrored panels. The tower functions as a broadcast antenna for radio and TV stations. The tower is a must ...
... an interesting and very ancient geisha and tea house district, and visited a seafood, vegetable and flower market. Giant crabs were on sale, still alive, for the equivalent of $85 each! There were also octopus, squid and any manner of fish. This was an immaculate city—no graffiti, dog waste, and ...
... under the centre of the explosion).
As we ate our lunch a constant stream of school children would visit the hypocentre, marked with by a black monolith with outgoing circles to memorialise the blast waves. They would bow their heads, present some cranes and sing a song before moving out the way for another bus load of school children. Eventually the waves of children stopped, allowing us to walk up and take some photos. Another monument statue ...