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Travel Blogs from Sakura
... to step out of the strict (and perhaps stuffy) Japanese daily life.
Every one I photographed either smiled or "went in character". They where clearly parading to be seen. Nice. It is like an every weekend dress-up occasion.
I've read the there each weekend are gatherings of people in various outfits but I was there ...
... we should do like in Australia, where mainstream sushi places have decided, by popular demand, not to serve tuna sushi. This time, at the auction, we did not see the main hall of fresh tunas and other large fish spices that come in wooden coffins. John thinks that they do not show it anymore as a way to avoid the controversy over the overfishing of tuna.
... was incredibly unique. From the instant berry sorbet (using liquid nitrogen to chill it), to the Australian lamb chop infused with pomegranate juice, to the chanterelle mushroom cappuccino, each of the 15 dishes was a true delight. The photos don’t do the evening justice, but it is fun to remember the surprises we experienced with each new offering.
Tomorrow is a bit of an early morning, and then some uphill biking! Hopefully, not too much ...
... s Golden Pavilion, one of the city's most famous symbols, and the Northern Higashiyama district, an area positively oozing with character and tradition. It was a sharp contrast as soon as we stepped aboard our Shinkansen train bound for Tokyo, a high-speed train representing the pinnacle of technology, that regularly runs at over 300 km/hr, but is capable of traveling at speeds up to 580 km/hr.
... had our fill of the spectacular view, we headed back down and back to Akasaka where we had supper at a Korean BBQ place that was right near our hotel. For anyone that has never had Korea BBQ, you need to find one in your city, and for those who have been to a good Korea BBQ place I’m sure you know what I mean. It was wonderful! At Korean BBQ restaurants, there is a grill built into the table and you order thin strips of various types of meat with ...
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