Nice two couples from Australia and Canada enjoyed Tokyo even though it rained whole day. They explored Asakusa together with Kappabashi (Dougugai) that is famous street for fake food samples and many kinds of kitchen utensils followed by Edo-Tokyo museum guided by exclusive guide in English where the history and culture of Edo period to the present day are shown with replicas and varieties of authentic items.
We visited the Sensouji Temple in Asakusa, and ate hot Udon (Japanese wheat noodle). Then, we had a nice chat at a cafe because it was rainy and cold like winter. The conversation was exciting and we were really warmed up. I hope her trip will be wonderful!
The Malaysian family were excited about seeing many strange styles of architecture & a gourmet in the Tukiji Fish Market. They are all kind and warm people. Thank you for your close rapport.
They made a pose before the camera after a conducted tour around the museum.They were all ears to hear the explanation of the volunteer guide belonged to EDO TOKYO MUSEUM.I believed firmly then that they must have gratified their curiosity.
Yesterday, I guided a lady from Germany. She is in her mid 20s. She doesn’t want her pictures taken but she is really smart and wonderful.I guided her in Kamakura on the 15th of November.She doesn’t have a negative comment or complaints and had good manners in eating. I believe that she was born and raised from a good family. She also grew up with much love from her family. I am very happy to meet a wonderful lady like her. These are just some of the perks of being a tour guide.
They are visitors from Rome.We went to a traditional soba restaurant and ate Japanese soba.When you eat soba, it’s customary to make a noise while sipping. However, this is difficult for foreigners.Although they are good at using chopsticks, they seemed reluctant to eat with noise. They were quiet until the end.
This is an underground river constructed to prevent flood damage by draining water from small and medium-sized rivers.We have to go up and down 116 stairsteps as this is the only available passage.I highly recommend visiting here if you are okay with the number of steps to take.