We’re in Nagoya, Japan and its hot. Its mid-September and its a lot warmer here than Honolulu. The moment you step outside, you get a blast of humidity.
Its refreshing to be in a place that you don’t have to worry of tipping or driving. In Japan there is absolutely no tipping. I find it ironic that countries that require tipping provide the worst service and countries that don’t require tips provide the best service. As usual the food is great here…gyoza, breads, soba, unagi, cakes, coffee…all excellent.
It also nice to be in a place where its more convenient and efficient to take the train and subway that to drive.
We spent some time window shopping for household goods.