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My first stay in Japan was in a nice, although western style, but very Japanese Toshi Center hotel. Stayed there for about one week, met all the other European students, studies some more last-minute Japanese, did a bit of sightseeing before getting sent to our host families and host high schools.
... one point to another are focused on getting to where they need to be. Everyone is so preoccupied with doing something that any slight pause or idleness sticks out like a sore thumb.
While I was there, a street artist/ performer (or so I believe) who clearly understood the dynamics of Shibuya decided to walk towards the crowd, stopping just before the main crossing in order not to get someone else’s way, stood still with his ...
Yom HaSoaa - I read YNET. Sad.
I went out to the Imperial Gardens, without any farther plans. It was nice - long HOMOT walls, many flowers, but the cherry trees blossom is fallen, although the winter was cold and the Sakura was late.
I went to the nearby National modern art museum - nice, they did not take money from me, as I declared I am over 65 years old, although I had no passport.
I went to south Ueno, ate Indian food. I went to the ...
... to 'The Imperial Palace, Japan'. It was going to take tradition to the next level! Luckily for us, our hotel was a ten minute walk to the Imperial Palace, well at our pace it was a twenty minute walk, but luckily the Imperial Palace wasn't too hard to find! We thought we would start of by walking through the east gardens. The palace was beautiful, and had free admission! We decided not to take a guided tour, we wanted to just experience the beauty at our own pace.
Today was an uninteresting day from a blog perspective because it was just too cold and wet to do anything interesting. Today was a day just exploring Ginza, and finding just enough of it to discover that we hate it.
We travelled to Tokyo via the same train route that we used yesterday to travel to Odaiba. We found the station we needed without a problem. Once we got off the ...