weird, unexpected

weird, unexpected

The best parts of the tour for me were the weird, unexpected bits: drinking in public (I like to drink), weird cat street + food, running into the old man in the cemetery who awkwardly yammered on about unrelated American history stuff, interesting local details such as the social makeup of the neighborhoods we traveled through as compared to that of today, information about types of headstones in the cemeteries, the stop by Tenno-ji pagoda, and Mark's strong opinions about the Kan'ei-ji temple grounds and its makeover. In general, Mark was fun, engaging, and informative without being dry and generic. Many of the spots of interest also happened to be near food/drink/restrooms, which was great!

Jen A.
Japanese history nerd

Japan This! Tours
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2020-07-27T13:47:56+09:00

Jen A.
Japanese history nerd

The best parts of the tour for me were the weird, unexpected bits: drinking in public (I like to drink), weird cat street + food, running into the old man in the cemetery who awkwardly yammered on about unrelated American history stuff, interesting local details such as the social makeup of the neighborhoods we traveled through as compared to that of today, information about types of headstones in the cemeteries, the stop by Tenno-ji pagoda, and Mark's strong opinions about the Kan'ei-ji temple grounds and its makeover. In general, Mark was fun, engaging, and informative without being dry and generic. Many of the spots of interest also happened to be near food/drink/restrooms, which was great!