A wild spring break in Japan. I spent 3 days in Hiroshima, and then 2 in Ise. I got to try my hand at Kyudo, Japanese Traditional Archery. I thoroughly enjoyed it, and I can't wait to do it again!
I went to a flea market at a Kyoto shrine. Needless to say, I bought a full Kimono set, minus the sandals. It is so comfortable. 10/10 recommend. I am now called the Shogun of Minnesota at my house.
My trip to Osaka castle was memorable. I saw my first castle on that day, and I saw an amazing play after I was done with the castle. My only regret is not being able to keep the helmet!
It's a shock to me how caring a whole society can be when it comes to saving the Earth. In Japan, it seems they honor their word. I love it. I don't understand the chicken, but like "Save the Earth"!