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... would turn over (and you'd have "killed" the fire). The instructions were all in japanese witch was too bad, but we managed and luckily we had Hoshikawa-sensei from the school with us. The funniest (and scariest) part was the earthquake simulator, simulating an earthquake as strong as seven on the japanese scale. I've only been through five yet in real life, so this was a good practice for me. It was not nearly as scary as I ...
... buy, but could we find it? No. It was lunch time again so we went in somewhere. The menu seemed more familiar in this one and then we realised it was a Chinese, oh well. The food was okay, but the beer, woah! It came with the froth all above the glass and shaped like a walnut whip, and when you tried to drink it it was frozen, I'm sure we hadn't ordered a beer slushy but there again we'd just pointed at a picture, and it did look exactly like the picture. We hit the subway ...
... as much as I would normally, even considering the copious quantity of
alcohol I imbibed.
The local I met yesterday fancied meeting up again, so we did. We went
for a bite to eat at a place where I once again forgot to ensure a foodporn
picture, and then headed off to the Tokyo National Museum. Very impressive
stuff, but the two of us were having such a blast and continuing our spree of
mucking about and having fun that I didn’t get to ...
... whole day subway pass is only $7 USD. We walked around Ginza and it looked pretty cool. The stores all look cool and the architecture is all different. Sony's building even had an aquarium outside on the sidewalk. Ginza Avenue is basically like a Short Hills mall and every other retailer you can imagine but in side by side buildings like a NYC street. It was pretty nice and I would stay there next time.
We went to a toy store that had ...
... walked through Kaminarimon gate with a huge red lantern in the middle, and up Nakamise street to Sensoji temple. The temple and the shopping street were crowded for no apparent reason, so we took some photos and headed to the nearest subway station.
We took the local subway to Roppongi, a famous nightlife district. We visited a very upscale complex called Roppongi Hills. It has ...