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... in these stunning portable Shinto shrines and march them around town, chanting and singing as they go. (I'm glad my God is always with me!)
The mikoshi resembles a miniature building with pillars, walls, roof, a veranda and railing. Most are hand carved, some painted with gold. The shrines are transported by "shouldering" them. There are usually two large beams or poles ...
... morning I track down the Edo Tokyo museum which is nearby. This museum more than made up for the mornings mishaps. It tells the history of Edo from it's origins as a small village to the booming megatrpolis it turns into. With interactive dioramas telling personal stories in the transformation of the city, a real working Geisha stage including live performances and even if you are lucky you can dress up in a traditional Japanese ...
... and relaxed in the cool late winter air.
Our flight leaves tomorrow for something we have been looking forward to for many years. We will finally get to see the new holy grail of Snow sports meccas. We will be flying to Sapporo, then shuttling it to Grand Hirafu one of 4 resorts that make up Niseko ski area. We are quite excited to see snow again and can not wait.
Talk to you soon from the snowy wonderland of Niseko.
... much steeper than anything at Northbridge, not fun playing up the slope but there would sure be some run on the ball on the way down!
Unfortunately at the top the cloud was quite thick and we weren’t able to see Mt Fuji at all. We wandered about for a bit and were able to get a few shots down into the valley when the cloud lifted a bit. Back at the bottom those of us not stopping in Lake Hakone board the bus for the Odawara Station. Here we get on ...
... know it doesn't take long for raw chicken scraps to stink up the house. By the time we take this one out, the trash is actually frozen!
We have trash pick-up 6 days a week, each day is something different. Joe has decided, since he doesn't have a yard to mow, his new job title is "Sanitation Management". This is such a tedious job. Here is what happens to one water bottle: Remove the wrapper, ...