Ueno New Izu Hotel
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... is to enshrined Emperor Meiji and his empress. Emperor Meiji died in 1912 and the shrine was established in 1920 to help commemorate Meiji's virtues including peace and prosperity. The shrine was destroyed during the war but rebuilt in 1958. As we entered the grounds, there were many barrels of sake. Emperor Meiji was known for his encouragement of various industries and technological development, thus every year barrels of sake are offered ...
... The tradition of respect is organized in a Dojo. There are the students-Deshi- who are learning from their sensei- the master of the art (although it is important to note that sensei are human and have weaknesses as well). Within that scale, the students have a different rankings. Students who have studied longer than you are your sempai. They can often help guide you. Students who have been with the sensei and is closest to him or her often recieve ...
... room cleaned or towels replaced. You can use the voucher at restaurants, shops and the 7-eleven on the premises. We are fine not having someone come in and look at our semi-messy room. Our luggage is taking up the whole room. We signed up to not have our room cleaned tomorrow too. After two days though they will clean your room for you. We headed up to our room to relax a bit before dinner. It's nice to be able to take it easy today. Kylie and I ventured out ...
Other great finds included the Hello Kitty shop
And the worlds largest sanitary towel!
... I even had two seats to my self which is the pinnacle
of luxury on a ten hour plane ride. Three movies and a short nap later I
was in Tokyo. The Tokyo layover was supposed to be about two hours but
they kept pushing it back and pushing it back until it was about 4 hours
past when we were meant to take off. Eventually they let us board but
about 20 minutes into the flight, the pilot informs us that we have to