Not really, but almost. We've eaten some fun stuff here. Both Lois and I are adventurous eaters, so we always look forward to the meals. But it's not just about the food. It's about the people you're eating with. It's the conversation and fellowship. And fun. And we've never run out of stuff to talk about with Hector and Beth. More octopus please.
Dinner at Mount Takao is tied for first with the hotel experience and worship at Tokyo Baptist for incredible experiences since we've been here. Quite unique. You're in your own little small one-room house and have several courses over a period of about two hours. Each house has been moved here from other locations in Japan. When we first arrived we went up the mountain in a trolley car and then took a hike the rest of the way to the top. It was misting and foggy, so we couldn't see Mount Fugi from the top, but it was still beautiful.