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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 ...
... gave him the advantage, however most of the time the shear mass of the larger(fatter) fighter overpowered his adversary(see picture). It was a great experience to see sumo wrestling in person as it is such a culturally interesting part of Japanese life and it was a good way to spend a day off my feet. Tomorrow I will be having a look around Fukuoka itself before heading on to Thailand on Wednesday ...
... The elevator ride to the top takes 70 seconds and the view is magnificent. In the spring, athletes race up the 577 steps in an effort to set a new record.
Our guide explained the difference in Shintoism and Buddhism.
The indigenous Shinto religion celebrates marriages, births and children’s growth and development. The Buddhist religion is focused more on death and the afterlife, so it is said that the Japanese are born into ...
... and heard about some of their many rituals and beliefs (bordering on superstition—many rituals are performed to keep the evil spirits away or to conjure blessings). This is indeed a different culture...diversity makes for a much more interesting world.
... bent towers, destroyed walls etc. In the next room, a circular model of the town and TV screens talked about the different impacts the bomb had after it was dropped. The different radius of the effects were shown on the model of town via LED lights above, giving a powerful representation of the scope of the devastation caused by the atomic bomb.
The room also had a number of relics affected by the atomic blast. A pocket watch that stopped the moment ...