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It is a lot easier to navigate the train station maze when you have a bit more of an idea where you are heading. It also helps that the bullet train is signposted for miles around. Today sadly will be our last day with our rail pass and this will be our final bullet train journey. We reserved seats and luckily had three seats between us. As always …
... and a large karaoke bill, the decision was taken that the train was all a bit difficult and we should get a cab anyway. Profligate... As soon as the call was made early on Saturday afternoon to return to the guaranteed carnage of the beer festival to meet English couple martin and Davina and some of their Japanese friends, the dye was cast for another boozy onslaught which thankfully ended much earlier than previous nights but ...
... on the line we needed to take....not meant to be. So we are in the area near our hotel. After trying several places for a table found a couple seats in an izakaya, which is is a place that sells beer and meat on a stick. Izakaya is japanese for drinking house, but I think it is translated to "the best place ever"... We had a couple beers and meat sticks and then had to leave because Jackie wanted a vegetable ?!?! No vegetable sticks here. We went down ...
... as I expected more. I thought being the only White guys on this ride, they'd have a little fun at our expense. Sadly no one was around besides the ticket takers.
After leaving Cosmo World, We visited another large shopping center called Yokohama World Porters. We had a look around the food court which for a moment, I ended up getting lost from my partner. It took a while to find him. It was good to get out of the sun for a bit and check out ...
... directions. The photo I snapped was
taken from a second story Starbucks that directly overlooks the crossing. If Lonely planet can be believed (in this
case I am inclined to believe them), this location is the highest grossing
Starbucks in the world and only sells tall drinks to prevent people from
lingering too long.
Another key observation from our time working in Tokyo was
that apparently there is something in the water that prevents people ...