Yokohama Kokusai Hotel
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... peace with Kyoto by now so headed for a bullet back to Yokohama which I preceded with a visit to the same sushi restaurant where this time I manned up and tackled raw horse meat and mane. I will never knowlingly do so again... I tackled a couple of beers on the train in the hope of dusting away the cobwebs and it seemed to do the trick, allowing me to spend an afternoon between the small theme park in the centre of Yokohama and a ...
... if any Harajuku girls were there but it was a bit early. Walked through the torii gates to the park where there were hundreds of people walking. No sure what was happening but just followed. Some people turned off the path so we followed them to a museum but in e courtyard area there were lots of food stalls set up so we had a look at them. Lorry and I shared a "Yokohama donut" which was delicious. Watched lots of other cooking stuff then left to walk back ...
Way back in August,1990, I went to Japan. Landed at Narita and went to Yokohama by a bus.
And my stay at Yokohama is still fresh in my memory. When we flew over Hiroshima and Nagasaki myself and my fellow companion in the plane stood to pay tributes to its victims. I also attended INTECOL, 1990 at Yokohama Prince Hotel. Its majestic view enabled me to see Yokohama Harbour, ...
... some lemonade which I found to be infused with sake once I took a sip (a nice little surprise). Also because of the festival, all of the Japanese girls had dressed up in their kimonos and had their hair done up. I don't think we could have had a more stereotypical welcome to Japan, sake and kimonos! We actually saw kimonos a great deal on our trip. I had assumed kimonos were the traditional dress for Japanese women so they would only wear them on traditional holidays ...
... though the exhibits so quickly.
I went to the Toyokan building next, which contains non-Japanese Asian art. Most of the works are either sculpture or decorative arts. Like most museums in Japan this one has Route signs to direct you through the collection but unlike most I still found this one a bit confusing to navigate. I eventually decided I had seen ...