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... Omikuji .. strips of paper stuck on a wall in shrines/temples. Visitors can pick one of them by making a small offering in the box – but the strip you pick can be as good as great fortunes or as bad as curses/bad luck.
Then there are the thousands of Ojizo-san little statues.. with their knitted red bonnets, scarves or bibs.. these are the Buddhist version of angels for the deceased, stillborn babies & children. Mothers decorate them with ...
... 2 miles over to the famous Tsukiji Fish Market. This place is famous among chef's, foodies and Sushi enthusiasts from all over the world. It did not disappoint on any level. In fact, Tsukiji eclipsed my expectations on every level. Yes, this place is crowded but nearly everyone seemed to be in a fantastic mood! I think a smile goes a very long way at Tsukiji as many samples of many things were offered at no cost as we made our way in and around the market. Fortunately ...
... t hold back though and had a feast. We asked for a top up on the bread and butter to get us going. Then for starters Jane and I had a sharing platter with seared tuna, foie gras terrine, chicken pate, mozzarella & tomato and Parma ham. All with various sauces that went so well together and immaculate presentation. For mains we had Hokkaido beef steak, I chose a mustard seed paste to go with it. We also had asparagus, creamy mash, fried potato chips and this was ...
... to a club a local showed us, where we had a bit of a dance and
plenty more to drink. I ended up heading back to my hotel at 7 am, finally
arriving there at 09.30, half an hour before I would have had to check out. With
a heavy slur I managed to ask the nice lady at the front desk for another
Suddenly I wake up, and I see that it’s already 7 pm, I just slept
another 9 hours. There is something about Japan or Tokyo that makes me ...
... dish in the window for passerby's to examine, and inside the stores they will have that same dish in a box wrapped with wrapping paper, tied in a bow, ready for you to take home. Sometimes the displays are quite elaborate.. I have seen food displayed on a rotating machine that goes in pretty circles, for example. The food looks almost too pretty to eat, it looks like something that should be reserved for Christmas or a really special occasion.
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