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... Poo building, for obvious reasons.( designed by Phillipe Starck the 360 tonne 'golden flame' is known locally as the Golden ****), It has made the Asahi beer hall famous for all the wrong reasons.
The temple and shops all around it lived up to expectations and was busy with hundreds of Japanese visitors paying to have their fortunes read by tossing sticks to choose a number from which they picked a small written fortune to hang on a frame in the temple. They ...
... felt like I was in heaven.
That afternoon I dove into my newly purchased guidebook and made a list of things I definitely wanted to see. I also stocked up on vitamins and tea, and made a visit to the post office to buy a box to ship some of my no longer needed items home. I figured an early night's sleep would do me good and went to bed at 8pm.
I haven't actually mentioned yet where I was staying those nights in Tokyo. A normal hotel beying beyond my current ...
... there for 5am you can see whole tunas being auctioned off for many thousands of dollars! We didn't find the auction in time, but we were there early enough to see the vendors setting up thousands of stalls of amazingly fresh fish and seafood. The market seemed endless and was complete organized chaos! We managed to get hopelessly lost before we were rescued by a man on one of the many motorized carts (helpful in this instance, but for the most part it ...
... a rickshaw pulled by a Japanese man to take you around.
People here do not smoke while walking down the street. But, here there is a place on the street that is a smoking area. It has bins to place the cigarette butts once you finish the cigarette. Like the other places I have been in Japan, the streets here are spotless.
There are other shrines in the area also. Some are open to the public and some are just for the worshipers that belong there. There is ...
Something we had really been looking forward to was eating real Japanese sushi. Nomie’s uni girls started her off on an addiction of sushi after taking her to yo-sushi and so she was looking forward to tasting some of the real stuff. Koichi was adamant that we have real Japanese sushi from the best of the best in the fish market in Ginza and we definitely weren’t going to say no to that offer. We wondered through ...