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... populace. I am greeted by a massive tower looming above me,
the scale of which I tried to encapsulate in a picture, but I’m unsure I was
able to. The museum had 3 parts. There was an exhibition by a Taiwanese artist,
the Tokyo City View and a doll exhibition. The last really did not interest me,
but there are some pictures there that show you just how crazy the life of a
doll fanatic can be. The city view was astounding. Unfortunately the ...
... Further along past the Shinko Central Plaza we come across what looks to be some sort of official police ceremony. It may be a graduation or something similar but it's definitely very important. There's a brass band and the motor cycle police are all in full uniform, their bikes all lined up perfectly and sparkling. The cars and the patrol men and also looking very schmick. Some important people turn up in black cars, black suits and there is an ...
... guys wanted us to come out to this all you can drink place. Watambi was just 10 min walk from our hostel, we got there and started a new round with the guys, along with Devon, Chris and Jas there was a German, an American, and a Korean guy. Me and Rishabh did Saki shots one after another and I downed a peach wine off the bat, so much for sleeping. At one point there was a coke, a beer, a whiskey high ball, a peach wine and a saki in ...
... is the largest car showroom (Toyota) you've ever seen, along with moving driving simulators, go cart track, mini car driving track, and a car museum. Quite astoundingly nothing costs any money except the carts and mini cars which are about $3/ ride - and we couldn't do them on account of being unable to understand the safety instructions.
We caught the train back to the Ginza precinct to look for a place for dinner. Ginza is ...
... and had a school visit the next morning. Once we arrived, we took a taxi to our hotel. We are staying at the Bliss Hotel in Chinatown, a boutique hotel that used to be some kind of Chinese shop. After checking in we went straight to sleep!!! ***unfortunately no pictures available yet/maybe never because I had some problems with a SD card reader for my iPad that erased all my pics from this day ;( I will have to wait to get back to the States to figure out if they are ...