Toyoko Inn Shinagaw Oimachi
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We have walked miles, jogged, biked and hiked. We are exhausted!!! So for the last two nights of our rail pass we are going to just chill. We went to Hakone, an area near Mt. Fuji and Tokyo and we stayed at a hotel with an onsen (hot springs) nestled in the mountains. Ahhhhhh! The next day it rained, ...no it poured ( no wonder it's ...
One eye on the past, the other on the future. I heard some one say that about Japan, and after today I know that to be true. Japan is not a religious country, but it does have a native religion. Shinto, the indigenous religion of Japan. It does not have a written scripture and does not have statues depicting and deity. It is a religion based on gaining good favor so that the can have a plentiful harvest. Buddhism is the second largest religion in Japan and is often blended into ...
Tamara and I had a mild case of jet lag after our midnight flight from Singapore via Taiwan!
The cold weather hit us but we rugged up after checking into the hotel in Shijinku and set off to see the Cherry Blossoms! On the way, familiar department store, Isetan, well known in Singapore, provided us with the best Gyoza ( small dumplings similar to Dim Sum in China) and Sushi, which we ate in the rooftop garden in the sun amongst flowers and a herb garden.
... re somewhere over the Pacific Ocean right now. I've never had a good game plan at dealing with jet lag. I guess I'll nap for a bit and watch some more movies. The girl next to me has flopped completely over the both armrests and seems annoyed that I might want to use it to. She is about 5'2" and maybe 100lbs but I'm sure she needs room to spread ...
... editor to guide me through the hottest stores in downtown Tokyo, and I was smitten, and she declined to have dinner with me.
And I met and laughed and climbed with a group of Japanese salarymen at my favorite bouldering gym in Akihabara, and had drinks with a Swedish PhD student from Todai afterward.
I commit this past week's life lived into record, here, so that an incredulous office worker in Seattle will remember what the heart has wanted for such a very long ...