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Tokyo, Day 13

Lisa and I woke up early to fit in one last workout before getting on the plane. ¬†Once we’d showered and eaten, the three of us took the bus back to Narita Airport to begin our journey home. ¬†Airport security … Continue reading

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Tagawa, Day 5

I woke up early on my own this morning. I thought about going to the Tsukiji Fish Market, but saw that it was raining. As I was wavering in my decision, Lisa murmured that I didn’t have to be quiet … Continue reading

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Tokyo, Day 4

Today we caught the train to Kamakura and from there we took a cab to the Yamamoto Josanin (free-standing birth center). We met Yamamoto-sensei, the founder and director of the birth center. She explained to us a little bit about … Continue reading

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Tokyo, Day 3

This morning we started our day with a tour of St. Luke’s Birth Clinic. It’s located just five minutes on foot away from St. Luke’s International Hospital and was founded by a very famous midwife in Japan (we were informed … Continue reading

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Tokyo, Day 2

Lisa and I woke up early this morning, so we decided to try to walk/jog to a nearby park. We spent most of our time dodging salary men (and women) and vendors as we navigated our way down to a … Continue reading

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