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Minutes to Midnight - Linkin Park Tour, Tokyo, Japan travel blog

Minutes to Midnight - Linkin Park Tour

A travel blog entry by cristinaw

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Linkin Park, you made my day!!!!!!  :'] I started to love their music since 2004, the year in which they released the Tour Edition album of Meteora. For me, Numb, Crawling, Lying From You, From The Inside and Breaking The Habit are the coolest ...

A warm bum, and 2 sumo on bikes!!, Chiba, Japan travel blog

A warm bum, and 2 sumo on bikes!!

A travel blog entry by astrix7

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... of packets of tiny chocolate biscuits for about a dollar, and a box of chocolate almonds for $1.50, because there are no easter eggs in Japan' On the way back to Emma's I found a store that sold Tonic water, so later I wound down to two decent gin and ...

The Tokyo Fish Markets!, Tokyo, Japan travel blog

The Tokyo Fish Markets!

A travel blog entry by madman96

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I wake up bright and early and Christine joins me to hit up the Tsukiji fish markets which were open this time!!! Sooo happy I decided to go back because it was an awesome experience that was one of the highlights of Tokyo.  The tuna auctions were ...

Izakaya..., Kyoto, Japan travel blog

Izakaya...

A travel blog entry by rich

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... appropriate for a night out. I went along with their choices though as I knew that this might be their only karaoke experience in Japan, so I just sat back and went with the flow... It was freezing in Kyoto at this time and it pretty much snowed every ...

Chapter Thirteen: Good weather coming, Hirosaki, Japan travel blog

Chapter Thirteen: Good weather coming

A travel blog entry by becky_boo

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... - anyway soon I will be debt free but I will be poor again. How sad. I have to comment on the shoes in Japan. You have already been entertained by my story about shoe sizes and the horrified Japanese shopkeeper in a previous chapter, but something I saw ...

Chapter One: I wouldn't have believed it either, Tokyo, Japan travel blog

Chapter One: I wouldn't have believed it either

A travel blog entry by becky_boo

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... a hash brown that was screaming for tomato sauce early yesterday morning, in Auckland's International Airport. As it was a flight to Japan, there were millions of small people everywhere, so as it happened, I didn't have time to really even say goodbye ...

bits and pieces from Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan travel blog

bits and pieces from Tokyo

A travel blog entry by astrix7

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I am so over Tokyo. Went for a walk in the rain with an umbrella today in a direction I don't normally take, and less than a kilometer from the place I've been staying there is a bloody big supermarket and a MacDonalds. I have been chasing all over Tokyo ...

Chapter 28: Continued Craziness, Hirosaki, Japan travel blog

Chapter 28: Continued Craziness

A travel blog entry by becky_boo

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Righto. Sorry its been awhile since I updated, but all is well. I have a few points of interest to relate to you...the first is that last week I went and got my hair done again, it cost over a hundred bucks and I am not bragging but its fan TAS tic. ...

Chapter 32: Danger Will Robinson!, Hirosaki, Japan travel blog

Chapter 32: Danger Will Robinson!

A travel blog entry by becky_boo

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Hey! Its quite a warm day today but there is still quite a lot of ice everywhere...hence the title. This morning was filled with numerous recounts of people's slippery near death experiences. Including my own. Luckily no one has fallen yet. I ...

Tokyo: The Big Japple., Tokyo, Japan travel blog

Tokyo: The Big Japple.

A travel blog entry by benleah

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... at a train station and head out for one last look at Japan. We seek out what is listed in our Lonely Planet Japan guide as a 'Godzilla Statue', somewhere in central Tokyo, hoping to finally find an example of real Japanese history and culture. We're ...

Chapter 29: The first SNOW, Hirosaki, Japan travel blog

Chapter 29: The first SNOW

A travel blog entry by becky_boo

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... futon. (Japanese bed)...it is YELLOW and if I can I want to ship it home...anyone know of any good shipping companies from Japan to NZ? Hmmm.. Well I was just in French, (hilarious as usual) and the highlight of the class this time was not the boy ...

Kyoto - Memoirs of a Geisha, Kyoto, Japan travel blog

Kyoto - Memoirs of a Geisha

A travel blog entry by madman96

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... and the Musee du Petit Prince de Saint-Exupery!  I know, what the heck is a museum to Le Petit Prince doing in Hakone, Japan?  It turned out to be pretty cool as it played to my inner child and I did love that book.  Highlights included ...

Japan On Ice, Nikko, Japan travel blog

Japan On Ice

A travel blog entry by tdv95

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... lie awake at night dreading the next encounter with the Japanese National Ice Hockey Team, but we were somewhat surprised to learn that Japan has 4 teams in the Asian Ice Hockey League.  One of these teams is the Nikko Icebucks, and, since Nikko ...

Chapter 24: Photos, Hirosaki, Japan travel blog

Chapter 24: Photos

A travel blog entry by becky_boo

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Hey everyone. I have finally posted lots of pictures, they are on my msn site. The address is http://nzprncss.spaces.live.com/ I get my pictures from my friends so luckily there arent too many figfatheadshots of me. This is because my camera was the ...

First City Destroyed, Hiroshima, Japan travel blog

First City Destroyed

A travel blog entry by tdv95

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... have also highlighted the Allied concerns around the enormous casualty counts they faced if they tried to invade the main islands of Japan to force an unconditional surrender. That said, the loss of life and human suffering triggered by the atomic blast ...

Hiroshima, Hiroshima, Japan travel blog

Hiroshima

A travel blog entry by baileyandkerry

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... whether they would support as many animal species as the beard of Ricky Tomlinson in the Royle family. After 3weeks we left Japan and boarded a 28hour ferry to Qingdao. Its been good but its annoying having to budget so much after we had gotten used ...

Chapter Two: Shinjuku and my new host family..., Tokyo, Japan travel blog

Chapter Two: Shinjuku and my new host family...

A travel blog entry by becky_boo

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Okay. I am in Shinjuku, as you could probably tell from my title. This place is crazy! Right now it`s quite cold, and this keyboard is weird. But I like it. I got lost in Shinjuku Station this morning...see, I am not going to lie, besides, it is more ...

Keeling over in Kyoto, Kyoto, Japan travel blog

Keeling over in Kyoto

A travel blog entry by nickiemoore

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Wow it was hot, hot, HOT! Over 40C some days! With so many amazing temples and shrines in Kyoto, each unique and special, it was difficult not to catch 'temple fever' that grips many visitors. But, because of the temperature we ...

The Shanghai Office, Tokyo, Japan travel blog

The Shanghai Office

A travel blog entry by bagman

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We left Seattle Friday morning and it's now Saturday night in Shanghai. Yang Kai has just left for the night, so I'm here in the tastefully appointed Shanghai office. 21 floors up, nice downtown location, only a few blocks from the MagLev train ...

Japan With A Twist, Osaka, Japan travel blog

Japan With A Twist

A travel blog entry by tdv95

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... it employs a third of a million people (three times more than the steel industry) and it commands 40 percent of Japan's leisure industry, including restaurants and bars. The first thing you notice about these parlours is the baby doll advertsing out ...

Chapter 16: Another Fantastic Day, Hirosaki, Japan travel blog

Chapter 16: Another Fantastic Day

A travel blog entry by becky_boo

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... guess as word gets out, it will probably grow too big for my apartment and then I will have problems. My motto here in Japan, and everywhere really, is .....I`ll deal with that later....anyway it should be fun. Right now I am headed home to get something ...

Honestly, I only got a little bit lost !, Shinjuku, Japan travel blog

Honestly, I only got a little bit lost !

A travel blog entry by astrix7

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Shinjuku railway station, in the middle of Tokyo, is the biggest in Tokyo. It is said that there are 200 different exits from the station, and that up to 31/2 million people a day pass through it. Today which is cold and grey, I decided to bravely go and ...

Shinkansen to Kyoto, Kyoto, Japan travel blog

Shinkansen to Kyoto

A travel blog entry by tbassplayer

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... was met with praise and hesitation from the Japanese people when it was revealed. It is now the second largest train station in Japan after Nagoya Station. I was walking through the station looking at the cool design when I walked past a group of kids, ...

& the winner is...in case you'd been wondering..., Tokyo, Japan travel blog

& the winner is...in case you'd been wondering...

A travel blog entry by tracystravels

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...for the best toilet experience in the world (at least as much as I have seen of it)...is Japan!  Never before has my bum been so well cared for as here...I'm talking about the hotels primarily.  Imagine...if you will...sitting down and voila, ...

Walking tour of Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan travel blog

Walking tour of Tokyo

A travel blog entry by madman96

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Diane has class so Christine and I depart on a tour of yet another random city together.  We started in Shibuya, where the street crossing is absolute mayhem.  More than 1 million people cross the street at this one intersection every ...

Change again in Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan travel blog

Change again in Tokyo

A travel blog entry by mikeysoft

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Mapping the Japan Trench, Offshore, Japan travel blog

Mapping the Japan Trench

A travel blog entry by tbassplayer

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... 4 targets and non of them were of interest. Two interesting features we mapped after the IDL were the Emperess seamounts and the Japan Trench. The sea Mountains are a chain that are left over from the hot spot that makes up the Hawaiian islands, as ...

Yokohama to Shinagawa, Shinagawa, Japan travel blog

Yokohama to Shinagawa

A travel blog entry by tbassplayer

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... was no way to generate a PIN unless I could get to a Bank of America Banking Center which does not have a branch in Japan. What a pain. I argued with the card companies over Skype for about an hour but basically, It looked like I was borrowing until ...

Jumping around Japan, Tokyo, Japan travel blog

Jumping around Japan

A travel blog entry by you_know_zo

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... to Family Mart, bought a few cans of very cheap alcohol, downed them for Dutch courage and got ourselves a Karaoke booth... In Japan you don't go to a Karaoke bar and sing in front of everyone, you have a private room where you only humiliate yourself in ...

Chapter Eleven: This place is great..., Hirosaki, Japan travel blog

Chapter Eleven: This place is great...

A travel blog entry by becky_boo

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So here we are again. When I first came to Hirosaki it was so cold, I almost got frostbite from going to the supermarket, but now I am getting used to it and it is getting warmer. Like, alot warmer. People here are great, everyone is friendly and so ...

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