Then with two others I was given a guided tour of the two floors. A detailed explanation was given of the items on display and what was happening in the country at the time.
I learnt that the Japanese were only saved by Kami-no-kaze (a divine wind) in the 13th century from invasion by the Mongols. That disposable blades were used by the samurai, as the iron they originally used for swords gave them three strikes, after that the blade was no longer sharp.
Samurai Museum, Tokyo.
Upon enquiring about the various different pieces of head gear I learnt that as well as the man on the moon there is also a rabbit!
Also one of the masks with Antlers was based on shishigama, the ancient spirit of the forest that looks like something straight out of today’s Manga comics (or phone download).
It was noticeable that some of the Qq Online Terpercaya outfits were bigger than the others. This was explained by the fact that this family were allowed to eat meat. Those practising Buddhism or Shinto were not allowed meat according to their religion. A definite disadvantage especially if you can only use your sword three times.
Mt. Fuji on the phone.
And we went out for something to eat. Despite trying to be adventurous we ended up with the picture menu, but still didn’t know what we had eaten. It is no wonder Japan is so clean , as cleaners’ machines play childlike tunes which could have been made for the child catcher. They must grow up thinking I want to do that. Everywhere I went was spotless as cleaners clean what is already clean.
On the afternoon of the Final, I arranged to meet Yoichi at …