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... they had just opened a large exhibition paying tribute to America for its aide after WWII.
4) Everything is in English. Or at least everything pertinent for you to know (subway signs, street signs, etc). Most places either have an English menu, or photos on their menu.
5) It is amazingly clean. Tokyo has nearly twice the population of New York City, yet you do not see any trash, ...
... papers taken out of their bags and eaten by the deer. It was a beautiful day and the cherry blossoms were in bloom. We had lunch in a typical Japanese restaurant. It was quite tasty. We had to take a ferry to and from the island.
We then went by bus to the atomic bomb dome and museum. We stopped on the "T Bridge" which was the target for the atomic bomb. The bomb was a uranium 235 bomb called " Little Boy". It was to designed to explode in the air over the target. ...
... there to pray for good luck, health, safety, fortune and happiness. Kibayashi had told me that I had better pray for a safe flight home, otherwise my plane will crash - Lovely! There was a pit of burning incense, that gave off smoke that you're meant to inhale to "become smarter" - I really hoped it worked.
After the temple we biked to VISH School for Eddie, to sort out some paperwork, as he will ...
Peter had to work in the morning so we sent Lorry and Geoff on a mission to explore the city themselves. They caught the monorail to Senri Chuo to go grocery shopping for Thai ingredients to Tom Kha soup. They didn't have any luck. It seems to be hard to find the specialty ingredients here.
Peter and I met Lorry and Geoff at the station just after 1.30pm and then we went to Chibo ...
... every button to make it stop but of course the instructions were not in English so it took a while. I didn't press any buttons on a toilet again.
The next morning Kaz's mom made us a full on Japanese breakfast. There were so many different parts to it such as salmon, omelette folded multiple time and cut into rolls, rice, Japanese fruit etc. it was really delicious and gave us a good start for a day of sight-seeing.
We took a day trip to Kyoto to start seeing the ...