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... that she is. That car was the Japanese version of a 59 Corvette - They could've used in it in the movie American Graffiti. Although I'm sure I remember seeing it in the original Godzilla movie - LOL.
And speaking of transportation - further during our walk we witnessed mothers riding bicycles with 3 children in tow - such a balancing act is ...
This weekend I had a girls day with my friend from grad school, Yuki, and Nadia. Since the day's itinerary was going to consist of shopping, browsing around crowded streets full of clothing shops, and walking around aimlessly, my husband declined joining us on this adventure, since these activities are not high on his interest list. I met Yuki at a shopping district called Omotesando which connects to Harajuku, popularized by the image of the "Harajuku Girl", young Japanese girls ...
through my stay at Fukushima, I got the news that my travel companion for my
travel through Japan had cancelled his trip. I then mentally prepared to
undertake the journey alone.
analysed the terrain, the trains and the schedule of my travel well in advance.
Although I had a written dictionary of Japanese words in my rucksack, I
preferred not to use it.
I left for
... s largest market. Good taste the Japanese.
The most spectacular time of year to visit Tokyo is the cherry blossom season. There is a small window of approximately two weeks at the end of March / beginning of April in which the blooming cherry blossom on the trees turns the city into a vibrant work of art.
Cherry blossom can be found dotted throughout Tokyo but there are hotspots around the city, such as Ueno Park, that intensify ...
... well-oiled traffic on the smooth roads. There are no hawkers or touts to molest you. Suddenly I felt conspicuously invisible and wondering if I had lost my hearing on the flight!
The sterile facades of the buildings mirror the restrained facades of the industrious salarymen clogging the Tokyo Metro with the dignified blank faces of worker ants. But the Japanese never do anything by halves – even (or perhaps especially) conformity ...