Japan with kids #5

7 Apr

Vending machine culture.  Everywhere

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Off to Mount Fuji.
Best tofu ever.  And this from a girl who is not so keen on tofu.Eating “Japanese Pizza” with our dear friend Masako.Trying on a traditional kimono.So tight.
Mount Fuji and kimonos.  We saw Fuji from just about every angle and it was absolutely stunning.

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8 Responses to “Japan with kids #5”

  1. cilia1 April 7, 2012 at 10:17 #

    in een woord
    FANTASTISCH
    zowel de meisjes als de berg
    mami

  2. juliedekeyzer April 7, 2012 at 13:23 #

    Waw Jill! The girls look gorgeous! The picture of them with the umbrellas is beautiful!!!And it seems that you are all having a wonderful time!
    We are at the seaside … in horrible weather, it feels like november … that’s Belgium for you.

    Three days ago I went to the doctor, because I am now 20 weeks pregnant, and I still don’t feel the baby … I thought it had died … but luckily, after ten minutes of searching with a very old doppler-machine, there was a heartbeat. I am still worried because the other two, I felt them as of 18 weeks kicking about in my belly. Jan told me on the phone that maybe this one was a real quiet baby … not a ‘wezzelpot’ like the other two! Anyway, as you know me, I am still worried, I even thought it might be handicapped or something, awful thoughts … so tomorrow we are going to mamie and papanono for Easter, and I am happy I will see my baby, maybe then I will be less worried.

    Anyway, I will keep you posted!

    Enjoy every minute of your wonderful trip and give many kisses to those beautiful kids of yours! Btw, Corneeltje is talking about Japan non stop now, he was asking whether you were all going to come to mami’s house tomorrow, but we said you were still in Japan. He then suggested we could all come to japan to see you tomorrow. So we’re trying to see whether we can book some flights for a day trip to Japan 😉

    Happy Easter!!

  3. classicplay April 7, 2012 at 16:18 #

    Incredible! Love, love, love the photos.

  4. Kat April 7, 2012 at 21:46 #

    awesome! kids having fun and wearing kimonos in front of Mt Fuji! cant imagine a funner Japan tour. and the tofu, mmm i want some please. haha

  5. grammao April 8, 2012 at 14:51 #

    Absolutely stunning. The girls look so beautiful. And thrilled to see a picture of my old friend, Masako. Can see you are all enjoying the experiences. happy Easter from snow-covered Nova Scotia.

  6. josephsteyaert April 8, 2012 at 17:45 #

    Jill en Tom We hebben zeer graag je verslag gelezen van de mooie reis in Japan.
    We genoten vandaag van een gezellige ontvangst in Kortrijk waar iedereen aanwezig was en de kleintjes paaseieren zochten.We genieten van de mooie fotos en Kyotodat prachtig schijnt te zijn Nog een verdere goede vacantie en een mooi verblijf in Japan
    Oma en Opa

  7. josephsteyaert April 8, 2012 at 18:33 #

    Jill en Tom we hebben zeer graag jullie verslag van de reis in Japan gelezen.We genoten vandaag van een gezellige ontvngst in Kortijk waar iedereen aanwezig was en de kleintjes
    Paaseitjes zochten en vonden.We wensen jullie verder een goede reis en een mooie verblijf in het prachtige Kyoto Veel liefs Oma en Opa

  8. Petra Roche April 8, 2012 at 19:29 #

    Hey Jill! SO happy to see some more photos, I know you have better things to do than to post photos while you are there, but I look for them everyday. Not a tofu fan myself, but glad to hear it was good. The girls are absolutely stunning in their kimonos. Love your photos…can’t wait for more tomorrow ;-). (Hey, I am living vicariously through these photos, don’t let me down!) Love, Petra xxoo

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