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Tokyo Autumn 2016 – Day 4 – Kamakura Part 2

Gorgeous artwork in 1 of the shops in Kamakura:

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#art #deco #kamakura #japan

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In heaven but on the ground:

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#bambootrees #statues #hokokujitemple #hokokuji

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#kamakura #dog #guarddogs #temple

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Now this is serious garden maintenance! Pick the unwanted scraps with forcep.

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Maintaining the garden. #wow #gardening #cleanup

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Reminds me of Pokemon dragon. This cute blue dragon is so kind to spill water for us :)

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#origami #colourful #kamakura

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Hanging out 🐢 🐢 🐢 #turtles #pond #kamakura

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100yen Dango for 3 sticks (each stick has 3 balls). It’s chewy:

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🍁💘#kamakura #autumnleaves #autumn

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I think we took the tougher hiking route. At one point, we thought we were lost but an older couple told us it was correct and we passed through a gate, narrow path and big rocks. It was tiring but felt great.

Genjiyama park

On a wall:

Gorgeous display and fresh food

Went back to Tokyo and had drinks at a Thai place.

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🎄 #christmasdeco #christmastree #japan

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Then to eat noodles from a row of restaurants, most of them had order from the machine. Then you let the restaurant staff know of your order and you sit. When food is ready, they’ll deliver to you. Seating is usually in a long table or small spaces unless you go to up-scale restaurants ($$$).

Yum. The soup and noodles are tasty.

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