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... hi Falls is a waterfall on the upper reaches of Kari river, in western Minamiashigara Kanagawa Japan.Yūhi can be translated as "Sunset", and is so named because of its beauty in the setting sun.
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This street is about 800m stretch - occupied by shops both left & right side of the street.
Business hours are from 9.00am to 5.00pm (but some shops extends few more hours).
From monday to friday - almost every shops are open; on saturday about 90% shops are open whereas on sunday and public holidays about 30% shops are open. So... better go there during weekdays okay!
... early didn't pay. The stores didn't open until 11am. So back to my hotel I went. I referenced some trip notes from my friend Dan and his Japanese wife and decided to get on the subway and head over to Shibuya. Also another shopping area, this is also famous for its large bright and colourful signage. The main intersection is often seen in pictures and movies. Some window shopping and lunch then back to the hotel. (today was ...
... one would be more grand. No, is the answer-no parking control here, and it looked closed. Once inside I could see why-on the list of flights, the bottom three had 'flight of 04.09' next to them to save you getting confused. There are only three international flights, Tokyo, Bangkok and Yantai. Tomorrow's menu has Seoul, Hong Kong and Jiamusi. Keeping it varied. Sergei did have one final question; "money, John?", and I said yes. I assume he meant do you have any, or are ...
... vividly purely because it was so entirely unexpected. Why was there a man with uncombed hair on the Tokyo metro?
It's all so Japanese, the reason being is that whilst some very considerate officials in the tourism industry have succeeded in getting the names of stations advertised in the Latin alphabet, chances are that in the crammed subway train you find yourself squeezed into you will be the only non Japanese present. The country is 98.5% Japanese, ...
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