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... character. Naoshima was a completely different experience with art installations that you experienced (as weird as anything you'd get in the Tate Modern) and some fun coastal sculptures. Along the coast in Okayama we came across the renowned Korakuen gardens, and another instance of perfectionism; marvellously shaped and tended trees. We seemed to arrive at pruning-time (or rather, meticulous manicure) where legions of gardeners were carefully shaping, thinning ...
I got back from the club around 6am and went straight to bed. I was afraid that I would have slept through the entire day, but luckily I woke up from hunger just before noon. My first meal was at the trustworthy 7-11. Got myself a super concentrated energy drink and some snacks to last me until I got into inner Tokyo.
I spent the afternoon back at akihabara. I went to find some fresh mochi to bring home as snacks. The mochi ...
... steps from the subway exit, so once we’d dropped our bags off we were left with nearly 8 hours to fill before we could check-in. We decided to go for a walk around the nearby streets and could hardly believe how quiet it the city was; we must have walked for at least an hour and hardly come across a dozen people. After our walk we nipped into a 7-11 for breakfast and then went to sit on the riverside with some cold coffees and fluffy green pancakes sandwiched ...
... significant temple in Tokyo) and within the same park we went to the Asakusa Shrine and a few other smaller temples. From there we headed to Ueno Park where we wandered around for a while and then we headed to the gardens at the Imperial Palace, which are closed on Fridays apparently. Since we couldn't get into the gardens we continued on to Kitanomarukoen Park and took a rest while enjoying the quiet setting of the park. We ...
... I had experienced here. She loved her program, but she understood Japan's faults better than I. Kate had qualms about the lack of creativity and spontaneity in the culture, to which I responded by showing her a picture of the house boat I'd seen. She seemed unconvinced. One thing we could agree on was that the people in the metro are packed in like penguins. It's too bad I missed the rush hour special in the metro. What I mean by this is that during rush hour, ...