Travel Blogs from Kumagaya
... injury and as a result has not wanted to hang for catches during practice. Since he was eager to have it in the show, he made an exception and decided to hang during one practice. The result was that we caught one, missed the three and presto!...it was in the show! Not! One catch in practice generally does not equate to a performance ready trick. But it was in the show anyway. I caught the first one and then proceeded to miss the next several attempts. It was ...
On Friday, the weather started getting REALLY really hot. Unbearably hot. We managed a very short walk to a temple and a quick picnic at the park, but then all had to come home and take a nap. It was just impossible to be outside. That night, after my class, we ventured out again to Kawagoe and enjoyed a Yakiniku dinner. That is where you order a plate of raw meat and veggies and then cook ...
... to hit the Tsukiji fish market, the largest one in the world. It is definitely a sight to see. You have to be careful though because despite the large number of tourists, it is a working fish market and the fishermen can't have you standing around getting in the way. At the edge of the market are some tiny restaurants (maybe 10 seats each) where you can get the freshest sushi ever. It is very popular so you have to wait in line, but since we were there early, we didn't ...
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... to relatively well-to-do families.
Overall, the collection was not spectacular, but it was interesting for fans of architecture. I especially liked seeing the mixture of Japanese and Western features in the houses dating from Meiji and beyond. The architects and interior decorators usually adopted Western-style kitchens and Japanese-style bathrooms, with a mix of Western chairs and Japanese ornamentation for the sitting rooms. I found it surprising the ...
- Free parking