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... to try to stick it back on again. The build quality of this camera is sadly lacking. Hopefully this is enough to keep it going till I am ready for a new camera.
We got back to the hotel by about 5.30pm, just about rush hour on the train. It wasn't too bad, no body pushers. We had a short rest before venturing out again to buy the lens filters, screen protectors and the power board. Then down to the basement level of the shopping centre to get some dinner ...
... When we arrived, we were given a safety vest and they made us sit on the floor in a small room, in rows, just as if we were tunas before being auctioned. This is how we felt. As we were part of the “second shift”, we spent more than an hour and a half waiting on the floor. Most people playing with their phone, others with a book or the Tokyo guide and some were sleeping. When it was time, we marched to the ...
In a corner of Ueno park, kind of hidden behind the zoo, you can find a shrine dedicated to Tokugawa Ieyatsu and located on the the ground of his residence. Despite its remarquable archictecture, this shrine won't be the main topic of this post. I thought I would write few words about a small monument that I stumbled upon on my way to the shrine. This memorial is a little bit hidden on the right hand side, off the path. On the plate next to it, we can read the story ...
... ASIMO'. Unfortunately by the time we got there he'd already done his final demonstration for the day so we could only see him through a pane of glass, and also in action in videos. There were other exhibits too but they were largely aimed at kids.
We then decided to head for Akihabara, the famous electronics district. The highlight for us here were the giant ...
... and has a marathon time way beyond respectable. In truth I was doing little talking, but after meeting a Japanese man of about 55 (actually 70) who was looking ready to go despite running to the track and having run a 100k at the weekend, we warmed up around Yoyogi park. So I did see it, albeit in the dark. Two laps in and I lost my bearings, lapping a perfect circle, but by now we were into marital sex life when he decided to introduce me to the Englishman who was warming up just ...