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... Again we were struggling to find somewhere to eat and eventually found a restaurant. More upmarket this time and more pricey. I ordered a yellowfin and vegetable salad. No vegetables and basically raw fish with lettuce leaves and dressing which I really liked but I really wanted some vegetables. My next dish was chicken on a potato stack. Again too much meat but filling enough. Laura had pasta which she liked and Andrew had sausage!! Leaving for Tokyo ...
... way. Get drunk and think that they can only see his refection in the sake when he's standing behind them. It is very pantomime. Next two Maiko (novice geisha like I was dressed up as) dance. It's so beautiful. Then there is some traditional music with a bloke dressed as a dragon. Then, a puppet show. Poor German has this completely removed from his programme. The puppeteers are all dressed in black a little kkk, a little war horse, it's very tragic, all love and bell ringing. So ...
... were being carried after all by small children!) As they carry the torches they are chanting 'Sai rei ya, sai ryou' which means festival, festival. After the children have carried small torches, it is the turn of the men who, wearing straw warrior sandals, parade through the streets carrying a great torch and yelling along the way until they gather at the sacred shrine. It was a great experience and one we will not forget.
... much more elaborate armour than their opponent, the opponent would be likely to give up on the spot! All samurai are right handed - if you're born left-handed you get trained to use your right hand only. Oh an it's only men, now women ever!
After the armour experience it was time to hit the trail once again and see some more sights. First stop was the Kyoto tower which at 100m high is the highest building in Kyoto. It had fantastic views of the ...
... included. The vast majority of these stories were of children killed the same day of the bombing. There is of course the fallout and the survivors story too. Sadako Satski's story was included in this complete with some of her origami cranes on display. Many years after the bomb was dropped but another reminder of it along with other side effects caused to survivors. On a cheerier note we then went to see the castle (or rather the ruins of it), climbed the tower which ...