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... It's a form of meditation and I didn't realise how long I had spent doing it till I was finished. Next up, Ajikan (A-Ji-Kan), it's a style of meditation where you are trying to become one with the cosmic sun buddha, naturally I achieved this on my first try.... Only joking it takes years of practice to even get close! After a hot bath I went to bed as I had to wake up at 0630 the next morning to watch the monks perform ...
... given to making our way back across the country to Tokyo before our flight back home. This meant our final bullet train trip - we shall miss the phenomenal speed and smooth passage of the shinkansen, it's something everyone should experience. When we arrived at Maranouchi station in Tokyo we were met by Coco, Teri, Ken and Reira, who took us up one of the neighbouring skyscrapers for a Korean barbeque meal. Really mindblowing and highly tangy.
Well fed, we said our ...
... the variety of goods presented on a single floor of Yodobashi Camera.
Weary from the shopping experience, we headed to Grand Front Osaka, yet another massive shopping district which just opened last year right behind the train station. Much like Canadian malls, that place was 90% women's apparel shops, but it also had a number of interesting cafes and restaurants.
We took ...
... these things before throwing me in the deep end! I figured out that this guy's name was Ryoji, and that I had met him on my school trip to Japan, so he was in the same year as Rina and Iyo. Its so cool to see people again after such long periods of time!
Before the actual interview, we talked for a bit and he appeared to be really nervous. I told him that I'm sure he had nothing to worry about, that the Principal would probably only ...
... usual!) and a few other things.
Had lunch at a nice little okonomiyaki restaurant called Chibo on the bottom floor of the Senri Cho train station. The waitress was lovely and tried to understand our English she was very sweet. We nicknamed her Helen. She even let us take a photo with "Bucko". The meal was nice, a mixed seafood okonomiyaki which we shared and the ordered gyoza. They were teppanyaki fried and a ...