Not that we are expert bloggers, but through this experience we have established some criteria or factors on what is "blog able." Often it involves our mishaps or adventures getting lost, the interesting food we got (all that was at least sampled), and Japanese practices we have yet to understand.
Today it is train conductor pointing practices - done in unison like synchronized swimmers. They point up and down the track, to the timetable, in the air and up and down the track. Hmm, without the video, this material seems questionable for blogging. But we have little content until we arrive in Yokohama for ramen and baseball (wait til we show you our tickets - finding our seats should be a blast).
We arrived in Yokohama and found the Ramen museum, which was a bit like Pirates of the Caribbean! Three dark floors of museums, ramen shops, and other wacky rooms. We are at the Yokohama ramen shop - ichiban choice! It was the best we had.
Then when we walked out, it began to rain and continued all night. Our baseball game was rained out - namaste. We got a little soaked and decided it was time to pack for home. So we are at the hotel, plotting tomorrows travels and looking forward to veggies and tea!