The B Akasaka
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Already I am now sitting on the train to my next destination - Mount Fuji - after 4 cherry-blossom filled days in Tokyo. We've spent most of our time in the city exploring various parks, gardens, temple grounds and even a cemetery dotted around the city, partaking in our very own hanami cherry blossom viewing party.
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Tokyo Day 4
First day back back with my friends in Asakusa
Alistair: House mate, friend and Anime enthusiast, with three prior visits to Japan under his belt, his sound understanding of Nihongo (Japanese Language) made him the Japanese Master.
David: My other friend and house mate who was far too tall for Japan, David was destined to hit his head on every low doorway. Dave's love of Shinkansen (bullet trains) had him quickly rise to become the Train ...
... which is a savory Japanese pancake. Filled with vegetables and pork and smothered in creamy and salty sauces, it was great. I gobbled up every bite. After lunch, we went to the Sensoji Temple in Asakusa, which was nice. There was a main temple surrounded by several smaller shrines. Lots of tourists there. I have been surprised at the lack of tourists anywhere but the big tourist spots, to the point that if I see some people speaking English, I just want to go up and talk to ...
... with a giant food mall is built into the station. It must be jam packed at rush hour. In general all the trains and stations have been very impressive, much cleaner than sf, la or ny. And no stench anywhere! New York can suck it! Going to diner with Kaz and his Fiance, Norie. Also meeting up with Ira Blanchard, who I haven't seen since school either. Going to be a fun night, gotta behave though, so I can wake up for the wedding at 1pm! ...
... could leak out into my main luggage.
I wasn't sure if Japan allowed cheese into the country. Google seemed to think that I could but just in case, I emailed the Japanese customs. The response was, yes but the cheese has to be vacuumed sealed, which it wasn't as I had just bought them from the local supermarket. The advice from Leanne, Ken and Cheryl's daughter, who had worked with Customs Australia, was to declare it anyway. You can't get into trouble that way. I ...