Our day was one of mixed feelings. Mark and I are happy to be here in Japan, but on our day of arrival we learned that his grandfather was not doing well and that he only had a few days left. 676 more words
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I am admittedly not a fan of bus tours. I usually find them too impersonal and too tied into the mainstream itineraries. But when I saw an ad for a ninja and samurai themed bus tour in my favorite Tokyo neighborhood of Asakusa, I knew we had to give it a whirl on our trip up to the city earlier this month. 514 more words
On the second day we went to asakusa,tokyo.
basically asakusa is a place for japan people to pray( i forgot what it’s called lol)but a long the way to there there’s a lot of souvenir shop for us who want to buy a souvenir not only souvenir bu there is a lot of small restaurant that sell traditional food from japan. 272 more words
What would you consider to be the ultimate Japanese experience? Climbing Mount Fuji? Eating fresh sushi at Tsukiji Fish Market at 4 am? Staying at a traditional hot spring hotel? 645 more words