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... Wright, moved here from Tokyo. My impression is that the Meiji era was a time of great optimism, when anything was possible, modernization was moving ahead so quickly that Japan could feel proud of its progress, even if much of the design and technology had been imported from the West. The trip wasn&t that hard, but the frequency of English signs decreases as you get further from Nagoya. A train station ...
Sat next to a guy on the ltd express to Nagoya and he noticed how wet I was and asked "Suzuka"? We laughed a little and tried to have a conversation. Without more than a couple of words between us I managed to work out he raced motorcycles at Suzuka, until injuries to his knee and shoulder became too much. My babel fish app works well enough when I resist the temptation to formulate conjunction riddled sentences and keep it simple: 'it rain ...
... and eating on the train platforms are not to be encouraged. If the alcohol was seen close to the train lines, we could be booted off. Discretion was the key. Best to appear like a bunch of train enthusiasts, of which there were a lot of on this trip. We stayed for an hour at Odawarra Station before saying goodbye to Mr and Mrs Ishige.
The fast trains past the station at regular intervals and we had set ourselves up to try to ...
... br> Once we got home Megan let me try Japanese food called "Natto".
"Nattō (なっとう or 納豆?) is a traditional Japanese food made from soybeans fermented with Bacillus subtilis var. ...
... so nice, quiet, and calm here. The city is in the country side, which makes it all the more appealing to me!
I have noticed that people here a lot more quieter and polite... and I feel like a loud mouth baboon talking and walking down the street!
I get to rent a bike and shop around today! I am looking forward to seeing what the day ...