Apa Hotel Chiba Yachiyo Midorigaoka
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... finds what I'm looking for. I pay 25.000 yen (about 1.250 dkr) for a complete mint coin and note set.
Btw ... the green haired girl I see later is one of the shop-keepers.
After al the fiction go on to science. To the "Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation" also known as Miraikan. Again I can use the Japan Rail Pass but not all the way. The last trains goes ...
... bars are very small, many only seating up to 20 orso people and serve a mixture of (alcoholic) drinks and variety of foods. I wish I could tell you all the things I tried that afternoon but I unfortunately did not keep track of all the names etc. I do know we ate some Whale Sashimi (thinly sliced raw whale), a lot of different vegetables with dips etc. and every other kind of meat imaginable. I tried some Japanese beer and ...
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I arrived late on Sunday night in Tokyo, after nearly 24 hours of travel. I successfully navigated the trains from the airport to Meguro, where Franklin and Alyssa live, with the help of some great directions and, thank the lord, transliterations of station names on all of the signs. I ...
... from that point onwards.Getting off my first stop, I stopped by the Sumo section of the city. Sadly enough, I was too early for training session and the sumo museum was still closed. So I quickly found the next station and headed off to my next station, the first shrine I planned on visiting.Meiji Shrine was a pretty shrine locked somewhere in the woods where one can spot monks or religious officials walking around the place maintaining the place as ...
... 109 which is also a famous landmark in Shibuya. We were there on the Wednesday afternoon and the 9 story mall was absolutely packed. Poor Lane has quite wide shoulders and had to try to make himself very small to try to even walk down the aisle in 109. I ended up buying a cute black sweater and we retreated back to the subway station and back to our hotel. That evening we stayed in and watched TV after our hot and tiring ...