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... the akihabara or 'electric city' area of Tokyo in the evening when it was fully lit up. It was an eye-opening experience with some weird and wonderful stores that could only exist in japan. From dolls for men, through anime( some a bit/ very seedy) , thousands of collectible cards and huge gaming arcades. It was well worth experiencing this side of Japanese culture.
Now looking forward to my first bullet train journey up to nikko tomorrow!
... and nothing was going to get in their way. The wide, wide sidewalks were not wide enough. Even with the onset of rain, umbrellas popped up without missing a stride and it wasn't even the holiday season.
Whether it was ingenious city planning or pure random luck, it seemed when a personal claustrophobic explosion/implosion seemed imminent, a green ...
... close co-workers, close family, close friends. Close in the sense of relaxed and time to have a fun time. Had a very good time. Kaz's co-workers put together an entire show. One of the MC's dressed up like a giant squid. It was some funny stuff. Lots of old pics and stories. At the end of the night, Kaz had everyone surprise Norie, by singing to her as a group. The lyrics were on the backs of the programs. It was ...
... visit the Suntory Art Museum. Unfortunately it was closed while they were preparing the next exhibition, so we wandered around the complex, which was a beautiful shopping mall with tasteful shops selling exquisite Japanese and international handcrafts, clothes and the like. No anime characters here!
Another walk, this time to the Mori Tower, also in Roppongi, again to visit an art gallery located on the 52nd floor. On arriving at ...
... sneaky baby blanket that we could use to disguise our beers. Basically as soon as we decided to get up and walk around the palace grounds they notified us that the grounds would be closing soon. You think that we would have learned the first time (the exact same thing happened to us girls last time I visited). We quickly did a short walk around the grounds, missing the actual palace and walked outside the palace grounds back to our parkade. ...