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... of the most popular temples.The Temple’s foundation was created in 628 AD and has a unique legend behind it. The temple commemorates a goddess Kannon of mercy whose statue reappeared to two brothers who purposely left her statue by The Sumida river. The Japanese Buddhist have a special connection to Temple and are very devoted to it. During World War II the archaic temple (save its foundation) was destroyed by bombings.The temple ...
... Hokkaido prefecture which looks like a stunning part of Japan, however we didn’t have time on our trip to visit that far north (plus it’s pretty cold!). Lucky for us there was a Hokkaido festival that weekend for us to explore! We got to try some Hokkaido brewed beer and some local dishes as well which were absolutely delicious! We also went and had a look at the Meiji shrine which is a really famous one in Japan. Slap bang in the middle of the huge metropolis was this ...
... were still on the lookout for a recommended treat from one of Kristen's friends; a waffle cone concoction of some kind. Since we hadn't eaten lunch yet we thought that would be the perfect way to tide us over for more walking until we found a well-liked ramen restaurant in the next section of the city. Alas, we weren't able to find the waffle cone spot when we walked all the way back through, so we decided to just keep moving.
... in the obvious ways (tall, steel highrises instead of short, wooden houses) but also there was substantially more land to be seen due to all the reclamation. Why stop at 350m when you can go to 450m? We didn't see a reason, so we went up to the second observation deck which actually spirals around from 445m up to 450m. It was a pretty neat design and could see everything from even higher! We were pretty happy that we made it this time.
After SkyTree, we ...
... we'd reserved a table at a restaurant right by Roppongi Hills' special one-day-only "romantic illuminations". It was really beautiful when we left, with the snow coming down on the trees strung with colourful lights.
(The secret to trees not looking like escapees from Mordor, it turns out, is to mix some white and orange lights in with the red ones, to soften the sinister cast of an all-red tree.)
The next morning, ...