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We rented a car and I drove us (on the opposite side of the road!) to Hakone to enjoy an incredible hot springs (onsen) adventure near the foot of Mount Fuji. Our room had the traditional futon mattress beds, and best of all, a private hot springs tub overlooking Mount Fuji. It was the ultimate ...
... which I'm sure have deeply profound meaning. In the evening it was time to catch up with an old school friend, Marc Smith, back in Shibuya. Despite an hour to do so, I could do no better than Hooters for a suggested rendez vous, but from there we did do better both with dinner and future bars including a decent whisky bar. I learnt a fair bit about Japan thanks to Smitty's time there, but was determined to see one experience for myself despite his ...
... for example) they have to be very careful that confidential information stays that way.
At the end of the day we had a welcome dinner in the building and got to mingle with both the visitors and hosts. It was quite interesting even just talking with the other iProspect employees from around the world as we have a lot in common, but also a lot of differences in clients and challenges.
"I love Japan, I love Japan!" Kaiya squeals as we walk down the busy street in Tokyo. She tells me she loves being surrounded by people speaking Japanese; she loves all the interesting food and sweet bean treats; she loves gawking at all the girls in the sparkly shoes, character emblazoned bags, brightly dyed hair and cheesy accessories galore; she loves the grand temples, the traditional crafts, the dancers and musicians all over the park; she loves the adventure of riding ...
... mix. From walking around this neighbourhood you would guess that Japanese men have the same tastes as young teenage boys!
After having some dinner we then headed back to Shibuya for a drink and some night time photos before deciding to call it a day. Tokyo is very different to anywhere we've been before and it was fun to explore, if not a little challenging as most locals don't speak a word of English and we know absolutely zero Japanese!