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So this is my first entry ever for a travel blog, hopefully it is entertaining and insightful at the same time :). For this sake I will fast forward towards the interesting encounters and not summarize all the boring things (e.g. getting up, walking for 1 hour, eating a bagel etc.)
Without any further ado, let's get ourselves to Tokyo!
With only three hours of sleep I got myself to Schiphol Airport for the ...
... i left the shop with around 100 euro in Helly Kitty stuff, mainly for Valerie. ;-)
I got myself a nice refreshing beer on this hot day and went back to the hostel for the grand finale of this vacation. Since Japan is the land of karaoke, i felt i just had to do this. But not just any song, i wanted to do a Japanese song and i knew from the start which one it should be. It's an old song by Kyu Sakamoto called 'Sukiyaki'. The original titel of the song however, is ...
... to expat bars. I was completely astounded to learn that though clubs can stay open late into the night (morning), patrons are not allowed to dance after 1am. For this reason, many clubs close at 1, but have a sister club that you can get into just for drinking. In this way, there are bars in which patrons are allowed to dance, and those in which dancing is honestly forbidden. We entered one of the latter to find cautioning signs plastered ...
... Centre of Tokyo and see a Van Gogh exhibition, which is all about Pointillism and Fauvism, the only bit of art I studied at university, it's all about dots. We also see some local Japanese art and it's a bit weird and fantasy like. We get our fill of art! I spend quite a long time in the toilet intrigued by the play music button, which I try and it just plays a flushing toilet sound!! Once I turn it ...
... electronics they just replace them. We ended up buying a used English keypad laptop instead.
We left Tokyo Wednesday morning on the bullet train. We bought a JR pass and it does not include the fastest bullet train but there are a few levels of bullet and we took one level down from the fastest. A bus from Tokyo to Kyoto takes 8 hours, and our train took 2 ½, so it was still pretty fast. We were not only impressed with the actual speed of the train but also ...