Friday was the first day that, after school, we had no obligations. So a bunch of Japanese people asked us to play soccer.
|The class sharing the field with us was playing frisbee.|
|I would call it "Yachuuji Temple," but that|
would be redundant.
Fujiidera ended up being the least interesting part of the trip. On the way there, I decided to stop by the temple which I had seen a couple times now on the way there.
|I think I could have gone in here, but|
I didn't want to cause any trouble.
|This is where you wash your hands before|
entering the temple.
I spent about half an hour in there, walking around, taking pictures. But I still had places I wanted to go, so I again headed north towards Fujiidera.
I went into a bookstore called Tsutaya. That was my main reason for going there. It wasn't long, however, before I realized that it was all rentals. I left feeling kind of dumb, and disappointed. So I went into the neighboring mall and looked around.
|A parking garage near the mall.|
The stores within the mall are almost exclusively food stores and restaurants. There's even an underground grocery store. I wasn't looking for food however. I stopped by the 100 yen store, and bought a lot of cheap candy.
After leaving the mall, I stopped by 7 Eleven and bought a couple of rice balls to save for later. I also bought some tea, because there was K-On! merchandise attached to it. I'm really easy to manipulate.
|This is all it takes to get me to buy a product.|
|Kilo found a ladybug on his arm.|
I returned home. Since it was still pretty early, and I didn't want the chicken to go bad, I decided to make the curry.
Making curry is pretty easy, and although I didn't really have any counter space to use to make it, I did have a perfectly good table and cutting board.
|Onion, potato, and carrot.|