Toyoko Inn Haneda Airport 1
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... it, 'The Eolian.'
I spent a day at the largest game show on earth, refused to wait in any lines, and thusly became an expert on Japan's game development academic programs and the enormous Indie/Doujin game community.
I went to a rock show in a cramped, poorly-lit bar well off the beaten path in Shibuya, and listened to garage rock while drinking Oolong Hai's and chatting with American expats from Albuquerque and New York.
I enlisted the aid of a ...
... It works.
The place I want to see today is a well knows Manga and Anime shop called Mandrake. When I see it indicated on the map in my book I do not notice the little arrow pointing out of the map .....
Therefore I wander around in the wrong place for 3 hours not being able to find the shop. I got to see a lot on ...
... br> It was now about 11:30pm and I had to get to my hotel. I had directions printed out on how to get to the hotel, which included taking the monorail, walking, taking a train, then walking to my hotel. Just to make sure the trains were going to be running then, I asked a info center person who kindly looked up directions to my hotel, then the schedule. Basically, there were only two more departure times for the monorail that evening and she said the train should still be running ...
... the standing-room-only courtesy bus for the 15 minute journey to the Disneysea drop off zone, all the while having Disney tunes and propaganda displayed to us on TVs in the bus, and blasted over the in-bus sound system.
Notably this propaganda seemed to suggest how much fun it was to partake in the extra-cost activities, like having numerous portrait photo sessions done at all of the Disney photo booths, or how magical it is to buy ...
... two art galleries we were now about 2 hours ahead of our planned schedule so we sat drinking wine at the bar and admiring the view for about an hour then we set out for Shinjuku for dinner. We wandered into a small restaurant that we liked the look of and we had a mixed sashimi plate with a raw prawn, avocado and tofu salad, arabesque greenling, which is a grilled fish split in half and tempura baby octopus, washed down with a bottle of Chablis.