|(jackets and sweatshirts and shoes, oh my!)|
Yesterday we had a stopover in Japan so we visited the city of Narita, near the airport. We happened to come through on a festival day and the road that leads up to the big temple and gardens was closed to traffic in honor of the event.
|An ad on the train:"Moist, Diane" (I am intrigued by the comma)|
|Get your goo here!|
|Look close, P-roc: those are squids and snakes in jars|
|Can't get fresher than this eel that is stored in barrels|
and then sliced and grilled up on order.
|(oh, they would be, wouldn't they...)|
And so begins the tour-of-Asian-temples string of blog posts (no doubt...since that's what we'll see in Thailand and Myanmar/Burma, too...)
|a grey and rainy day, perfect for our Seattle daddy...|