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... I was looking for something for lunch. I went through food courts with dozens of outlets, but faded photos of some very strange looking food combinations just didn't do it for me.
I went into a big outlet mall before lunch and tried on lots of funny japanese hats to keep the sun off, even tried one with mosquito netting that unfolded from the edge of the brim. Didn't buy it, but I did score a pair of Asics walking shoes for ...
... so sure gut we went with terminal 1 but discovered we were at the international terminal. Feeling slightly stressed we began our mission, which had several dead ends. Running up and down Narita airport we definitely weren't getting anywhere. We also weren't exactly sure of our boarding time and the prospect of missing our plane was beginning to flash in lights above our heads. Carrying our suitcases up and down stairs began to feel like bootcamp and I've certainly considered ...
... due to i suppose a persons single minded aim to get to where they are going, and fast.after a fair few minutes of wondering around aimlessly we were approached by a little old japanese fellow who was polite, immaculately well presented and spoke perfect english,he had noticed us wondering around and i guess to him we stuck out like a sore thumb, he then proceeded to march us to a map and pointed out to us the direction we needed to go, he claimed to do this as ...
... the admiration of my fellow colleagues at the hostel :)
Confirmed, don't see what is special about Roppongi... A part being harassed by African-style bouncers to have fun tonight, it was a normal place with more people than elsewhere, but not close to Shibuya or
Shinjuku. Maybe I missed something.
Back to hostel and a sashumi diner :)
Tomorrow: trip to Matsumoto at 11h50, so still some time in the morning.
Photos for today.
We took at taxi to the Tokyo Tower that looks like the mini red Eiffel Tower. It didnt compare with the real one but it was still fun looking over and up at all of the buildings of Tokyo.The cold wind and spits of rain flew towards us. After we finished the tour the price came to 3,400 JPY for two adults. We had a coffee in Starbucks which costed us 1,873 JPY for both the coffee, which is $25 AUD. We went rushed back to the hotel in time for our ...
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