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... the hotel for a bit before venturing out into Shinjuku again for dinner. Chris had pointed out some side streets earlier in the day, and we ended up finding loads of restaurants, bars and shops in a surprisingly large district near our hotel! A waitress called us over from a restaurant entrance, and we went into a restaurant with lots of private booths. It was the kind of restaurant where you order lots of different little ...
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 ...
... Carp (packed full of cheering fans in typical Japanese “go team” intensity that puts Aussie sports fanatics to shame) and checked out the club scene with Gli and her friends. On Friday we danced it up at the giant Feria club, and then on Saturday I went with an English couple to tiny, over-crowded Gas Panic and the caverous Womb. The Tokyo club scene is meant to be world famous; to be honest, clubs are the same all over the world. The music ...
... play area. On the map, it just said Neko (cat) Bus. We were like, "What?" It turned out that one of the characters is a cat with lots of legs (there's a picture in my Odaiba entry) and it was this giant fluffy, well, neko bus play set! I would have got a photo but there were no photos allowed, but here's someone elses covert video.
Afterwards we met up with some more ...
... in the throng otherwise!
Kimberly and I (and her two dogs, Tatami and Mugi) were soon joined by Eda and William. Eda had brought two slices of lovely sakura flavoured cake, which we added to the chips and cookies to pass around, and William felt bad he'd brought nothing, so went on an expedition for more snacks and drinks. Which is really what hanami is about; you sit down, admire ...
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